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Obituary: Studio PrintArt’s Debabrata Chaudhuri passes away

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Obituary: Studio PrintArt’s Debabrata Chaudhuri passes away

Debabrata Chaudhuri, better known as Debu, of Studio Print Art passed away on 28th February, 2015. He was a distinct and passionate entrepreneur &  a visiting professor at IISWBM . His passion for branding and design development is legendary. He was one of the first to prove the theory of how branding monetises your business . He has generously parted his knowledge to numerous industry leaders and professionals and earned innumerable national & international awards for design & production.

He not only contributed immensely on brands like ITC, Adidas, Pepsi, TATA, British Airways, Samgsung ,Airtel & Khadims to name a few, but also demonstrated his deep knowledge in architectural design for Kurukhestra museum, National council of Science  or Sahara Amby Valley ,the latter based on Natyashastra.


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