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INDIAN HISTORICAL PRINTS

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INDIAN HISTORICAL PRINTS
EXOTIC PRINTS
WHAT IS EXOTIC
PRINTS?
Chart Process
Research Material
Exibhition:
S
W
O
T
ANALYSIS
FLEXIBLE(Adapt my self in any situation)
FRIENDLY
KNOWLEDGE ABOUT CAD
HARD WORKING
HOW TO START?
WRITING PROBLEM
LACK OF IDEAS
LACK OF CONFIDENCE
A BIT SLOW
HOW TO IMPROVE WRITING SKILLS?
LEARN FLASH (CAD)
WANT WORK EXPERIENCE
IMPROVE PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS
HEALTH
FINANCE PROBLEM
Stikingly strange or unusual.
Being definetly out of the ordinary and unexpected.
Slightly odd or even a bit weired.
A strange fantastical mind.
WHY PRINTS?

Prints have been playing very important role in fashion from past many years and it still adapted by people. Prints are used in fashion as well as body art, buildings, invitations/papers, crafty things, jewellry, household things, geometrics, and many more.
INDIAN TRADITIONAL PRINTS
MY
NEW TOPIC
STRENGTHS
WEAKNESS
THREATS
OPPORTUNITIES
Printing is the process of applying color
to fabric in definite patterns or design.
Prints can be of two types one is exotic
prints and second is non exotic prints.
WHAT IS PRINTS?
Below are the most common forms of traditional Indian embroidery:
Aabla: Mirror work which has its roots in Rajasthan and Kutch, District of Gujarat.
Aari: Embroidery done on a cot. Also known as khatla work. Aari originated in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh.
Badla: Flat metallic wire, silver or gilt wire embroidery.
Bead and Crystal Work: Resham work is teamed with beads, baggets, diamantes, rhinestones and Swarowski crystal.
Butas and Butis: Motifs composed of floral forms fitted into paisley shapes derived from the Mughal era.

Chikan Work: Originating from Lucknow this involves a technique of finding separated warp and weft threads for a textural effect.
Jaali: Network. Somewhat like thread work: done by breaking the fabric into holes and not by drawing out threads but warp and weft threads are pulled apart with a needle and tightened to give the cloth the appearance of a net.
Kantha Work: Originally from Bangladesh, it resembles the running stitch.
Kashida: Mix of textile embroidery and printing. It is Traditionally practiced in Kashmir, commonly referred to as Kashmiri embroidery.

Ek taar: Single thread embroidery used in tandem with crystals.
MY PRINTS DESIGN
MY
RESEARCH
What Are Indian Traditional prints?
BLOCK PRINTING
Block Printing is an ancient Indian printing technique. Our wooden printing blocks are all handcarved in the traditional Indian method, here in south India. Block Printing is an easy, quick, uncomplicated and rewarding method of fabric and paper design.



India Block Printing is a traditional printing technique in India used mainly on fabrics. The technique is an ancient tradition and has been around in India since 2000 BC. India is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of block printed fabric in the world. The designs can vary from simple motifs to complicated large scale ornamentations.
Batik is a medium that lies somewhere between art and craft, and is believed to be at least 2000 years old. The Batik technique is a development of resist printing. The fabric is painted with molten wax and then dyed in cold dyes after which the cloth is washed in hot water. The wax melts and the pattern emerges. The effect of this resist technique is soft and subdued and the outlines are not clearly defined.
BATIK PRINT
CHALLENGES
Create a new collections with prints.
Color Trend
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