Adaptation of sculptural designs to develop home furnishing products using digital printing
Madhusmita Tarai, Shefali Massey, Manisha Gahlot and Alka Goel
The old structures and heritage of a place serve as a representation of its culture, which makes it unique to that location. Indian temples feature a wide variety of intricately carved sculptures on their walls, floors, ceilings and entrances. The Sailodbhava period, which lasted from the sixth to the seventh century AD, is when the architectural splendor of Odisha was first seen. The sculptural designs of the Parsurameswara temple served as the study's inspiration for the home furnishings product designs, which were created using printing technique. The sculptural designs of the temple were simulated using CorelDraw 2020 software. The designs were selected and were adapted on textiles through digital printing. The developed products were assessed under various parameters by the consumers and they were well accepted by all.
How to cite this article:
Madhusmita Tarai, Shefali Massey, Manisha Gahlot and Alka Goel. Adaptation of sculptural designs to develop home furnishing products using digital printing. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(10S): 401-411.