Aasawari  Kulkarni

Design / Writing / Research


MICRO MOVEMENTS


POSTER, PRINT, AND PUBLICATION DESIGN


Micro Movements are little print protests – type specimen for Nari Variable in the form of a series of posters, a set of postcards, and a feminist riso printed zine.




Winner of GDUSA Graphic Design Student Award

Done under the guidance of Ellen Lupton  and Jennifer Cole Phillips as a part of MFA Thesis at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Date: May 2020



POSTERS // DOWN WITH TYPATRIARCHY
Down With Typatriarchy is a set of anti—patriarchal posters that relay feminist messaging in a fluid, expressive, and poetic way. Typatriarchy is a term coined during writing this thesis; it explains the patriarchic nature of the type industry.



A CONVERSATION BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST
Is a set of riso—printed confrontational postcards that derive its messagin from responses to a survey of Indian women conducted in September 2019 These are real stories of real women, that give a peak into what it means to be a woman in India, which is often very different from the west.


KUCH TOH LOG KAHENGE
KuchToh Log Kahenge is a feminist zine, a collection of quotes from feminists whose words have been an inspiration in the making of Nari. Citation is a Feminist Theory, so recognising these women was important for this project.  Kuch toh log kahenge means “people will always have something to say”