Cutlet goes to Designyatra


Patrick Burgoyne holding a copy of Cutlet at this years Design Yatra.

“I’m so glad that there are still some people interested in print.”
said Patrick, while showing off Issue 2 onstage.

Patrick is one of the editors of Creative Review, ‘the best in visual communications’. Along with the other editors of CR, he maintains the CR Blog.
Patrick was a co-moderator at Kyoorius Designyatra 09, and a speaker last year.


Clothes Line


Cutlet needs a new wardrobe



T-shirt Contest FAQs

1. What is the competition about?
Its really just a t-shirt design competition, organized by us at Cutlet.
You send design-Cutlet judges-You (might) win-You get prize-We print t-shirt-You happy & famous-Srishti family wears t-shirt.

2. How am I eligible?
If you are currently enrolled in Srishti, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t participate.
If you are Srishti faculty/ visiting faculty/ staff, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t participate.

3. I am Srishti alumni. Can I participate?
No. Sorry. Only those currently part of Srishti can participate. Maybe next time.

4. I am not part of Srishti at all. Can I participate?
No. Sorry. But only those who are a part of Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology are eligible for participation.

5. What’s the last date to submit my entry?
The last date is 12th September 2009. Dont worry! There’s still enough time for you to start.
Entries recieved after the last date, will be deleted even before its been opened. And no, we dont care if your design could make it to fashion week, we’re still deleting it.

6. How do I send it you?
You can e-mail it to us:
OR contact a Cutlet editaur, and hand it to them as a digital file.

7. What file type should I send it in?
Any image file type is alright – Jpeg, Tiff, Pdf etc.

8. What sort of design can I send in? Is there a theme?
Illustrations. Cartoons & Caricatures. Typography. Anything almost. Anything that is YOUR creation. (Cutlet frowns upon plagiarism) Anything you think would suit a t-shirt.
No. There is no theme. Its completely open.

9. What size does it have to be?
A maximum size of A4 is allowed. If you like your design smaller, its fine by us.

10. Can it be in colour?
No. Only greyscale.
Colour printing would mean a lot more money. Cutlet is still not on the forbes 500. 😦

11. How and on what will it be printed?*
It will be rubber printed on a simple round neck coloured cotton t-shirt.

12. When will the results be declared?*
16th September 2009

13. Who are the panel of judges?*
There will be 3 judges on the panel.
Judges Names: TBA

14. How many winners/runners-up are there? What is the prize?
There is only one winner (ABBA once said The Winner Take it All).
Once you have been declared the winner, your winning design will be printed on t-shirts, and marketed to the Srishti community – all expenditure from Cutlet’s own pocket.
A great future awaits you.

15.What am I waiting for?
We’re not sure, really. Start Drawing!!

If your still in doubt, please free to post a query, or email. (only, if your shy) Personally, we prefer the comments, below the post.

* Subject to change

T-shirt Design Contest

The t-shirt design Competition is now open!! (yay) Send in your entries sooon.*

* Terms and conditions apply


The t-shirt design Competition is now open!! (yay) Send in your entries sooon.*

# 3 Entries open!

This was a call for new entries to join our team! The new students who have joined this year as well as old ones who wanted to. The drop box for their names and interests etc. The new issue is coming up! Do send us anything that you want in there.

new box

Cutlet #2 Feedback board

To get feedback from students and faculty who had looked at the previous issue, we put up a feedback/suggestion board. There were cut-outs of various shaped that people could write on and put on the board. We were hoping it would be a collage/narrative os some sorts! Here is what it looked like.