Ecoin by Abhinav Dapke
To do big money transactions we have quite a few hassle–free devices like debit or credit card, cheque and online banking too. We need not carry large amount of cash but what about small amounts? We have to carry and worry about small amounts.
Indian designer Abhinav Dapke has come up with this amazing user-friendly concept-solution for small amounts– Ecoin. Ecoin is a digital representation of small amounts or coins. This small electronic device carries all your small amount big bulk!
If you are in India than I bet you have already experienced at least one ugly incident where you had to shout at or were shouted at for not having change. Buying at shops, paying for taxi, bus or auto, as well as eating outside etc we need in our day-to-day life exact change. We don’t realize it anymore but we all keep a box full of coins.
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0.76º – Climate change chair
Designer – Artist: Puneet Gupta
Women carrying several water pots one upon another on their head is a very common sight in an Indian village or Kasbah. We all have seen it. Puneet Gupta also saw it. But he didn’t stop there. He saw a problem – water concern and gave it a global shape by creating a functional piece of art. And now literally he is going global!
0.76º is a piece of livable art – a steel & fabric chair – Climate change chair – an installation – a coffee chair created by Indian designer-artist Puneet Gupta.
0.76º is part of an exhibition “Asia Now: Exploring Design Culture”.
The exhibition ‘Asia Now’ is curated for Dwell on Design by designboom being held at Los Angeles from today till 27 of June. The exhibition brings the best contemporary design from 11 countries throughout Asia.
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