eco-ganesha - This is the paper Ganesha I made as an exploration of paper under the Guidance of Mr. Ranjan De. The materials used are newspaper and fevicol. Then it is coated with a coating of touch wood so as to make it waterproof. The process of making this paper Ganesha is basically the additive method so the material wastage is almost zero.
eco-tablelamp - This is the Paper Table Lamp I made as a part of the same exploration of paper but here I took it to a higher level which was a lot more difficult and challenging. The center of gravity was a major problem in this case and also aesthetics of the product could not have been ignored so I came up with this very unusual looking form. Again the material used in this is just newspaper and fevicol coated with touch wood. The only alien material are wire, bulb and the bulb holder.
paper speakers - This is the paper speaker again as a part of the same paper exploration. Here I took this shape because I found almost all the speakers are like boxes so I wanted to change this trend. Again the material used is just newspaper and fevicol coated with touch wood. The frame of the speaker is used and wire.
bamboo table lamp - This is a bamboo table lamp I made to study the linkages and joints. I studied a lot of existing table lamps and found some problem or the other in all of the them and I tried solving them and taking price as a consideration i.e making it as affordable as possible. Hence I used coconut shell for the base and head. The bamboo can slide up and down to adjust the length.
paper dustbin (for indoor use) - Generally we find dustbins of varying materials which may or may not be eco-friendly. But paper which is generally looked as a flimsy material is never used for a permanent dustbin. So I took this as a challenge and made this dustbin whose shape is inspired from a cheek and is completely paper. Ergonomic consideration has been taken for removing dirt from the bin. Basically it is a indoor use dustbin. The materials used is pulp board, chart paper, handmade paper and fevicol.
pen stand - This is pen/pencil and brush stand basically done as a form exploration and finding some use also in a way. Here in this product I tried to solve the mixing of brush and pens if kept together hence creating confusions. Aesthetics is something which was taken into consideration to a lot many extent. The material use in this case is EPS and coated with putty and then sanded for surface finish. Coated with enamel paint.
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Satish Suman
Product Designer rourkela, India