Logo It Yourself

2024-07-15 16:36:49

Aditi Babel

Logo It Yourself


February 17, 2024    
10:00 am - 1:30 pm


Bookings closed


HDFC Ltd Learning Centre
HDFC Ltd Learning Centre, Lower Ground Floor, MAP, Bengaluru
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Ever experienced designing a logo with the help of fun handcrafted games? Well, now is the moment! 

Join us for a light, fun-packed logo-making session led by artist Aditi Babel. This game circle session aims to activate your creative thinking. During the session,  participants would be divided into small groups where one player becomes the brand owner and the rest would be designers creating the logo. With each round, everyone gets to participate as a brand owner and a designer. Experience the different aspects of brand logo making with old and new friends at this engaging group session.

Please note: We will host two mediated sessions, the first session from 10 am to 11:30 am and the second session from 12 pm to 1:30 pm. Please feel free to attend either of these sessions.


This event is fully booked.

Aditi Babel

Aditi Babel is an artist running a craft and design practice in the city of lakes, Udaipur, located in the Mewar region of Rajasthan. Her practise includes artist books, visual communication projects and design education. Her work is heavily inspired by the culture, heritage, flora & fauna of the region. She graduated as a fine artist and pursued a masters in Visual Communication from IDC School of Design IIT Bombay. She then pursued a course in Book Craft from SRISA Florence.

She has taught at design schools and art galleries in India like IDC School of Design IIT Bombay, NID Paldi Ahmedabad, TARQ Mumbai, JKK Jaipur to name a few. 

Babel Fissh, publisher of handcrafted design thinking games, is a brand created by Aditi Babel. The vision of Babel Fissh is to make design thinking and creating problem solving an easy and joyful activity for everyone and to make the tools easily accessible. 

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