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Infinite Possibilities - Art & design exhibition

education Updated: Sep 19, 2006 14:56 IST

Infinite Possibilities 2006- An annual art & design exhibition by Wigan Design School at India International centre Annexe, was inaugurated on September 18, 2006 by Narendra Srivastav recipient of Nehru fellowship and renowned Graphic Designer and professor (retd.) College of Art.

Infinite Possibilities is an annual show that showcases the students' work in the areas of advertising and graphic design, typography, corporate identity design, editorial design, illustrations, photography and 3D design.

A film 'Pot of gold' animated by two of the WLCI students Ravi Jha, and Nihar Mudgal as part of the tallest story competition has been selected for screening at National Geographic All Roads film festival to be held in October in Los Angeles and Washington DC.

Design made by one of the students 

Narendra Srivastav who has worked for the labels like Perrie Cardian said, "When I was working the scene of Graphic designing was totally different. There was much of handwork. But now we have advance technology for creating what we think."

Briefing about the designs students have created and discussing the future prospects Deepti Baveja, HOD, advertising & graphic design, WLCI says, "The graphic design and advertising industry is looking for young blood. Job opportunities are not just limited to India but include the South East Asian market as well."

The exhibition is for public view till September 20, 2006 and can be viewed between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.