Neha Tulsian moved to set up VGC Bangalore, carting with her the tools of her trade: PC (oh sorry… MAC), portfolios of aspiring designers, a design book that cost her Rs. 10000, her boom-boom voice and her ego (swathed in bubble wrap of course). In the process of moving into the VGC office, one of the movers dropped a giant crate on her head. Thus trepanned, her creativity began to flow fast and furious. The result is these Pantone swatch curtains with typography. If you like them, she will gladly sell you some. And if you totally hate them, grab a kitchen knife and take inspiration from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.