Abstract animal sculpture made in Plaster of Paris by Abhishek K during Material Studies course of Semester 1.
Rhino sculpture made in clay by Abhishek K S as a part of Material Studies course of Semester 1.
Low polygon paper sculpture of a Kingfisher by Swathy Venugopal during the course Design Geometry in Semester 2.
Joji Joseph’s work for Product sketching course in Semester 3.
Cardboard model of a wheel chair by Anandhu Sobhakumar for History of Design course in Semester 2.
Abstract Paper Sculpture of a flower made by Aleema K A for Design Geometry 1 course in Semester 1.
Portrait photography done by Dhanalakshmi Prasad during Basic Photography course in Semester 2.
A quotation laid out as a type cluster by Noor Fathima as a part of Basic Typography course in Semester 2.
Poster on Optima designed by Revathi Rao as a part of Basic Typography course in Semester 2.
Low polygon three dimensional model of a cat created by Anila Mariya Xavier as a part of Design Geometry 2 course in Semester 2.
Portrait shot by Maxel Ajin Kolattel during Basic Photography course of Semester 2.
A double exposure photograph taken by Dhanalakshmi Prasad during Basic Photography course in Semester 2.
A dog shaking off water photographed by Emil Achu Mathew during Basic Photography course in Semester 2.
Portrait photography done by Prateeksha Anson during Basic Photography course in Semester 2.
Ceramic cup created by Namitha Manoj made during a Ceramic workshop conducted at Mann by Raell studio during Semester 1.
Low polygon three-dimensional model of a fox created by Belina Andrews as a part of Design Geometry 2 course in Semester 2.
Revathi Rao’s Tessellation of a Kangaroo as a part of Design Geometry 1 course in the first semester.
Miniature model of Rietveld chair designed by Nofa P S for History of Design course in Semester 2.
Expressive Typography designed by Maxel Ajin Kolattel during Basic Typography course in Semester 2.
Miniature chair model by Aleema K A of B Des for History of Design course.
Three dimensional model of alphabet J by Joji Joseph for Basic Typography course.
Poster on Futura designed by Namitha Manoj as a part of Basic Typography course.
Calligraphy work done by Alna Ibrahim for Basic Typography course in Semester 2.
Abstract Paper Sculpture of a flower made by Arshaque Nihal for Design Geometry 1 course in Semester 1.
A three-dimensional textile map of India created by Deepthi Susan Elias during Semester 2.
Pottery painted in Greek style by Revathi Rao as a part of History of Art course in the first semester.
A post card on Courier typeface designed by Sreya Sanjay as a part of Basic Typography course during Semester 2.
Butterfly illustration by Alna Ebrahim during Semester 1.
A stained glass window recreated by Deepthi Susan Elias as a part of History of Art course during Semester 1.
An Egyptian tablet created in Plaster of Paris and painted by Revathi Rao as a part of History of Art course of Semester 1.
Object study drawing by Abdul Rahman K N as a part of Design Drawing course in Semester 1.
I am taking the first step in my journey to make a name for myself in the designing world. It is in Saintgits Design School and I’m extremely glad about it.
Enrolling in the B Des. course at SDS was one of the best decisions I’ve made for my career. The campus is equipped with state-of -art-facilities, providing a conductive space for exploration and experimentation. The faculty members are not only experts in their field but also incredibly supportive mentors. I whole-heartedly would recommend this course to any aspiring designer seeking a transformative and enriching education experience
“Creativity is a wild mind and a disciplined eye!” SDS is one of the best institutes to direct our mind to achieve our designing goals. Being a student, I wrapped a real life experience around the assignments, and it is a tremendous learning experience!
I love the way our faculty mentor us, they ask us to redo works till we have reached our maximum potential. Yes, there is much to do, but my learnings are much more.
After twelve years of rote learning in schools where you are expected to conform, this is a welcome change. I can do what I always wanted to do: to create new things.
SDS opened up a new world of design to me, exposing me to many new disciplines which I never knew that they existed. My career goals have changed forever.
Studying at SDS has been a transformative experience, I am proud to be a part of a school that places design at its core.
I thought I would have to go to metro cities to learn design as it should be. I am glad we have that opportunity closer home, taught by equally good faculty.
SDS provides us with a supportive and inclusive learning environment and also a nurturing atmosphere where we are encouraged to express our ideas and perspectives freely and give life to our creative ideas.
There are no written exams here, no text books to study and nothing to memorise. I learn topics
through practical assignments. This is true learning and I am enjoying it.
SDS has been a complete different experience. I am glad SDS will be able to enrich my perspective of my future. The change is fascinating.
The variety of topics and the multimedia teaching methodology is fascinating. I am learning all that I had dreamed of learning. The workload is heavy, but it is fun too.
I am happy that the foundation for my career in design is shaped by some of the finest teachers. Much of the attention is given to expose the talents of each student. I’m happy that I chose SDS over other institutions.