Designer Hironao Tsuboi @ 100%
This simple object I am portraying today seems as if I have designed this!!! No I am not joking; I am merely saying that this magnet tack is so close to heart that it feels like my design! And if you have read my ‘about my blog’ page you know I have used magnets in everyday life.
So I am very happy to present this simple, extremely useful product from 100%.
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ergonomically twisted grip spoon
Designer: Sandip Paul
Talking about functionality Indian designer Sandip Paul has really got me excited. The way he has played with everyday objects, putting function, use and Indianness into designs is what really makes his designs so appealing.
clothline clip made with recycled plastic as a single piece, can be
hanged from both sides
At coroflot see his Useful art-design for everyday objects.
Dustin-dust pan Slope -soap dish Firki
The traditional Indian firni to churn curd and the wind toy firki is merged in his firki. His playfulness extends to this planter ( below) which has a compass and which sits on your palm too!
His latest conceptual designs you can see here.