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Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
Paul Sandip_selected works 2010_india
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Everyday products, they are so numerous and ubiquitous. They form the material framework of our existence, enabling it to function, not only in practical or utilitarian terms, but also in ways that …

Everyday products, they are so numerous and ubiquitous. They form the material framework of our existence, enabling it to function, not only in practical or utilitarian terms, but also in ways that give pleasure, meaning and significance to our lives. But why do not we notice them?
Most of us travel by the same route everyday, do similar tasks everyday, go to same places and although we are awake and seeing things around us we are not actually looking at them consciously. Hence, such products are frequently taken for granted. Design, to my understanding, is all about having an eye for such details and bringing back life to mundane objects.

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  • 2. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 3. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 4. PAUL SANDIP | 2010 Indian Railway is the 2nd largest network in the world and every day millions of passengers travel by it. People use all sorts of materials in the lavatory, e.g., plastic mug, plastic cups, empty mineral water bottles, plastic glass or toilet paper. Given a choice, most of the passengers would prefer products which are portable, disposable and eco-friendly to be used in the lavatory. Indians prefer water to toilet paper. Finalist at INDEX: 2009 - Design to Improve Life, Denmark ……………………………… . Winner of Business World Design Excellence Award for Best Concept design 2004. ……………………………… Honored as “Designpreneur” by Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri Narendra Modi in 2005. ……………………………… Top 10 in 'Hack a Product to Go Green' contest by Ideawicket'07 ……………………………… Finalist at ARTH 2009 Disposable Mug
  • 5. SPOO is an attempt to re-think the ergonomics of a feeding spoon. Peeling down to the heart of the (sub) conscious human behavior helped me reveal the magic of effortlessness with design, creating a comprehensible, delightful and character-full product. SPOO is perfect for both left and right-handed mothers, and it's ergonomically twisted grip keeps wrists from turning. The soft tip ensures that it is safe for tender gums of the 3+ month olds. It is an innovation for modern parents! PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 6. Tapeworm is an adhesive tape dispenser clinging onto the tape itself! Due to the high yeild strength of the material used to construct it, tapeworm returns back to its original flat shape despite significant bending or twisting, thus making it easy to stack. Material: Stainless 'spring' steel Finish: Rubber coated PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 7. A small measure to ease your measure. EZ. can be comfortably picked up from even smooth table tops. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 8. Bathroom slippers that allow water to flow below them...and so you don't slip on wet tiles! Design point : Ridges both on top and bottom surface...for your feet and floor! Material : Rubber...for that soft feel. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 9. PAUL SANDIP | 2010 Make love in the garden...a desire so honest, to be expressed unselfconsciously. Sweetheart is a chair for two! Basic construction is in metal, spray painted and upholstered with a choice of Green/Pink/Black Leather.
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  • 12. PAUL SANDIP | 2010 Ceramic ash(tray)pot fulfills functional requirements with its poetic form to satisfy our metaphysical needs.
  • 13. PAUL SANDIP | 2010 An unusual connection between an abnormal human tendency and the physical structure of a spiny pig + an urge to push my mental faculty resulted in the conception of POKE. Imagine a masochistic porcupine! __________________________________________ Product: Pin holder Material : Grip Foam
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  • 15. When bins are less wide than Dustin - you can reverse the flow of dust through the handle!...for easy and efficient clean up. Thinner front edge for improved dirt pick up. Strong, one-piece construction in PP. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 16. Designed a low cost "dry storage" pedestal for Direct Cool Refrigerator for 2 purposes: 1) To increase the height of the refrigerator for better accessibility. 2) Create space for storing potatoes and onions. Product available in Indian market since 2005. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
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    • Bulb holder set for indoor as well as outdoor use.
    • No visible fitting screws.
    • Holder can be fitted in both angle & batten.
    • No flush in pin area, which makes bulb easy to be fitted.
    • Easy wiring as the parts are easy access to the wireman.
    Launched in Indian market during the month of June 2006. With a very strong dealership network spanning over the entire country, ‘Play’ is now within your reach in every corner of India.   A pack of 2 costs Rs.72/- only. (Also sold individually.) PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 19. PAUL SANDIP | 2010 Woudln't it be nice if we can just invite God into our houses?  According to Hindu belief lamp 'jothi' worship is one of the simplest ways of literally inviting God into our houses.  Battery operated LED Lamp has made it one step easier. Mfd. by : GM Modular Pvt. Ltd. Launch : October 2008
  • 20. Plug in - Ultrasonic Mosquito Repeller with indicator. Mosquitoes are very sensitive to ultrasonic sound which is inaudible to human beings and pets. Design registered in 2004. Manufactured by : GM Modular Pvt. Ltd. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 21. PAUL SANDIP | 2010
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  • 23. Currently working on my collection : Inflatable Pen To view more of my paintings visit here : http://paul-sandip.blogspot.com/ PAUL SANDIP | 2010
  • 24. Thank you :) All material in this presentation are manifestation of the thoughts of Paul Sandip | Industrial Sculptor | C differential design , India | 2010

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