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  • 1. Robert Rabinovitz Student Portfolio
  • 2. 1-2. Eric Krantz, UW-Stout PUMA collaborative project Tjoumas Product Form Class, Spring 1995 UW-Stout/PUMA collaborative project. Presentation boards and final footwear model of Tjoumas, an Arctic expedition sport and the specific footwear design to go along.
  • 3. 1-2. Eric Krantz, UW-Stout PUMA collaborative project Tjoumas Product Form Class, Spring 1995 UW-Stout/PUMA collaborative project. Presentation boards and final footwear model of Tjoumas, an Arctic expedition sport and the specific footwear design to go along.
  • 4. 3. Jodi Knutson, UW-Stout Interior Design Furniture Studio Fall 1993 Connections Project Working prototype of end table project exploring the world of connections. This table used easily purchased materials of pressboard, aluminum and oak and is constructed by assembling the components using no additional fasteners.
  • 5. 4-5. Hans Eckholm, UW-Stout Lighting Design Industrial Design Product Form, Spring 1994 Working prototype of lighting project. Students were asked to define light for themselves with support of research and to design and build a working prototype of their personal expression of the definition of light. This design was stimulated by the idea of spark.
  • 6. 6. Nicole Noffke, UW-Stout Home Entertainment Environment Industrial Design IV Spring 1995 Scale model of residential home entertainment system at the early stages of home entertainment. The movie indicates the dating of the project.
  • 7. 7. Jeff Stazack-UW-Stout Trek USA collaborative project Industrial Design III Fall 1993 Presentation model of an extremely innovative self tightening foot pedal for the bicycle industry. As one puts the foot inside the pedal the strap begins to close and secure the foot. Upon the desire to release the foot one makes a slight adjustment by pressing on the pivoting edge to open the strap.
  • 8. 8. Laurie Smith, UW-Stout Chair prototype Interior Furniture Design, Fall 1994 Chair design based on a parallelogram. Chair uses cord in tension as body support system.
  • 9. 9. Joe McCarthy, UW-Stout PUMA Collaborative Project Tension Training Running Shoe Industrial Design III, Spring 1994 Final presentation model and detail image of shoe designed to increase muscle development in legs while walking, running or exercising. Tension rods are designed to be calibrated to different tension levels for users.
  • 10. 10. Brad Zeuge Single person vehicle Product Form, Spring 1994 Scale model of single person vehicle design for product form class.
  • 11. 11. Nathan Leinweber, UW-Stout Lighting Project Product Form Spring 1995 Lighting design prototype based on mystical and mythological historical references
  • 12. 12-13. Josh Gordon, UW-Stout PUMA collaborative project Industrial Design III Spring 1995 “Power Walk” UW-Stout/PUMA collaborative design project. Students were asked to design a professional activity or sport and the specific footwear to go along with the sport or activity. This project was a “power walker” activity sport to help one exercise while walking.
  • 13. 12-13. Josh Gordon, UW-Stout PUMA collaborative project Industrial Design III Spring 1995 “Power Walk” UW-Stout/PUMA collaborative design project. Students were asked to design a professional activity or sport and the specific footwear to go along with the sport or activity. This project was a “power walker” activity sport to help one exercise while walking.
  • 14. 14. John Olson, UW-Stout Kinetic Chair design Interior Design Furniture Studio Spring 1993 Scale model of kinetic chair that pivots at four points.
  • 15. 15. Barbara Bueckers, UW-Stout Interior Design Furniture Studio Fall 1995 Connections Project Design and construction of end table based on connections. Materials: Stained wood, aluminum.
  • 16. 16. Sarah Nigon, UW-Stout Interior Design Furniture Studio Spring 1995 Connections Project Design and construction of end table prototype based on connections. Table is held together with out fasteners other than the interlocking components of glass, walnut and aluminum.
  • 17. 17. Eric Krantz, UW-Stout Light prototype Product Design Studio Fall 1994 Working prototype of lighting project. Students were asked to define light for themselves with support of research and to design and build a working prototype of their personal expression of the defini- tion of light. Materials included cast aluminum, fiberglass and steel.
  • 18. 18-19. Steve Krug, UW-Stout PUMA collaborative project Flat Out Industrial Design III Spring 1994 UW Stout/PUMA collaborative project. Final footwear model of “Flat Out”, a new shoe for soccer goalies taking advantage of a larger flat kicking surface.
  • 19. 18-19. Steve Krug, UW-Stout PUMA collaborative project Flat Out Industrial Design III Spring 1994 UW Stout/PUMA collaborative project. Final footwear model of “Flat Out”, a new shoe for soccer goalies taking advantage of a larger flat kicking surface.
  • 20. 20. David Stender, UW-Stout Lighting prototype Industrial Design IV Fall 1993 Final working prototype and detail image for lighting project.
  • 21. Robert Rabinovitz Professional Portfolio
  • 22. Moen Revolution Showerhead Consumer Product Development Cleveland, Ohio Design consultant with: Moen design team, Design Continuum, Boston, Design Design, San Diego
  • 23. Aquadroid Pool Cleaner Arneson Products Inc. Core Madera, California Design Consultant Prova Design Group Mountain View, California
  • 24. Arc Desk Accessory System Smith Metal Arts Buffalo, New York William Sklaroff Design Associates Ardmore, Pennsylvania
  • 25. Dixon Pen System Dixon Ticonderoga Company Sandusky, Ohio Robert Hain Design Associates Scotch Plains, New Jersey
  • 26. Mobile Paper Transport System Foster Manufacturing Company Philadelphia, Pennsylvania William Sklaroff Design Associates Ardmore, Pennsylvania
  • 27. Kinder Grinder Coffee Grinder Sound Dampening Sleeve System Design Consultant Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • 28. Hummer H2 Press Binder General Motors Corporation Premier Communications Royal Oak, Michigan
  • 29. CCS Reception Security Desk Walter B. Ford II Building Lobby Collage for Creative Studies Detroit, Michigan
  • 30. Mc Sort Paper Management System Mc Donald Products a division of Smith Metal Arts Buffalo, New York William Sklaroff Design Associates
  • 31. Pop-It-Soc-It Ball and Socket Construction Toy Fisher-Price Collaborative Project East Aurora, New York Junior Year Student Project Philadelphia College of Art
  • 32. VH1 Press Kit Structural Packaging Design Consultant Graphic Design: Elevator New York, Ontario
  • 33. Meditation Table Sit and place fingers and hands inside the circle of light. Touch the white illuminated sand and begin to transcend. An interactive experiential table for thought, conversation, meditation and transcen- dence. Materials: steel, sand, glass, light Custom order
  • 34. Meditation Chair a kinetic chair that supports the body allowing for movement and the constant flow of energy Materials: steel
  • 35. Hybrid Information Envirornment Concept work for a new setting for fiber optic telecommunications technology and human interpersonal relationships using image, text, light, sound and scent as an integral part of the living and breathing, coexisting, co-creating highly artificial neuro-natural network. Cranbrook Academy of Art
  • 36. Slim Spring + Crosby Collection Mirror system of assorted sizes ranging from 12” to 48” tall and 4” wide Materials: walnut, mirror glass
  • 37. Composition Spring + Crosby Collection a line of desktop accessories that are able to adjust to client needs based on use and desire. Items available: Business card holder, clock, post-it note holder, vase, tray. Materials: walnut, stainless steel, aluminum, acrylic.
  • 38. Shine Spring + Crosby Collection Stackable Candle and Hanukkah Menorah System Materials: Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Walnut
  • 39. Outlet Spring + Crosby Collection Outlet boxes that contain small light for light illumination, mood or atmosphere. Can be placed on walls or tabletop.
  • 40. Whisper Spring + Crosby Collection Floor standing space objects Like blades of grass in a field, Illuminated acrylic rods each hand cut and sanded flow and create a dazzling array of space and transcendence while allowing for the free flow of energy and the ability to see beyond. Materials: walnut, acrylic rod, low voltage light.