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  • one life...a few second of creation

    Community, Industrial Design

    It is a simple thing that I do...i create because once i finish a project , i wait another ideea ...that beat the other's like a cirlce of's something i do every day...and the ideea talk...the product..bring the money!

    RESUME: Studies : ROMANIA: Universitatea de Arte "George Enescu" Iasi, Section Design 2000 - 2004

    WORK EXPERIENCE: 2002-2004 industrial designer - Almet Group Company - Furniture 2005-2006 industrial designer - Rheea Company - Furniture 2006-2007(November) my private company of furniture - designer & executive director

  • Check out my ieye

    Communication, Industrial Design



  • hi

    Well-being, Audio/Visual Design

    I am Veerendra from India. I work in 2d as graphic designer and in 3d as lighting and texturing artist. I liked this place .. lets see.. what this site is all about .. thanks for dropping by ! ;)

  • God-is_idle_132_

    David Shrigley is that voice in the back of your mind. He is an artist with the ability to tap into those random thoughts that we all have and mine them for uncanny truths. The inky black illustrations, t-shirts, photo series, sculpture and videos that currently fill 27 rooms at the Malmö Konstall are a culmination of 15 years of his quirky logic.

    Shrigley's distinctive black and white drawings line walls in several rooms. Most have handwritten statements along with the image. Others are all text. One poster depicts two people with the caption; "I have a strange feeling but I'm not going to let it spoil the short time we have together." On a t-shirt two characters size each other up with the words; "Put on your plimsoles and we will wrestle."

    In the belly of the gallery is a stunning stretch of sky-lit spaces with hanging metre-tall faceless heads, metal copulating spiders and a wall with giant words reading; God is Idle. Another room holds photographs of street scenes such as a freeway entry sign with four simple letters; hell. Yet another room displays tents that ooze with hardened foam next to a taxidermied squirrel holding its own head.

    How does this relate to design for the greater good? Well, Shrigley was a graphic designer and his work makes me feel human. I think that's enough. Sometimes when I spend a solid eight hours at my Mac it's hard to feel that way. Good design has humanity at its core.

    The whole exhibit culminates in the highlight o...

  • The Lesson for Today Comes from Tomorrow

    Education, Communication Design


    The London Business Forum presents The Creativity and Innovation Business: The Lesson for Today Comes from Tomorrow, Inspirational Lessons from the magnificent Richard Gerver.

    "It is universally acknowledged that competitive advantage comes from the people in your organisation, the talent. People conjure up new ideas and organisations have the opportunity to foster environments in which those creative ideas can be implemented through innovation. However, new ideas and innovative cultures are not always the norm in business."

    The event costs £125, and will be held on Wednesday 23 January 2008, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm at The British Library Conference Centre, St Pancras, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB.

  • The War for Talent (The Other Climate Crisis)

    Education, Communication Design


    The London Business Forum presents The War for Talent, an afternoon with Global Business Guru, Sir Ken Robinson. He will be discussing why there is a crisis in Human Resources and what can be done about it.

    "Most people accept that the earth is in a climate crisis and that the misuse of natural resources by the industrial economies is at the heart of it. Sir Ken Robinson argues that industrialism has produced another, less understood climate crisis. This is a crisis in the use of human resources and its consequences are just as serious. He'll say what the crisis is and what individuals, organizations and governments can do about it."

    What a shame it costs £125, but nevertheless the event will be held on Tuesday 22 January 2008, 1:30 - 4:00 pm at The Comedy Store, 1a Oxendon Street, London, SW1Y 4EE.

  • Invisible Orphans

    Aid, Environmental Design


    The social theme that describes my Blog is the situation in the world of Children in orphanages. The most dramatice is that of Sudan and war-torn Darfur. Has anyone been keeping up with the 6 Zoe's Arc Charity members imprisoned in Chad, Africa?

    Do you think this will impact those that are assisting and giving thier time, money and putting their body's on the line? Such as a Minister friend of mine?

  • Think_177_

    Think is an exhibition and conference about sustainability in the built environment. It tackles the issue at a strategic level across the value chain in the public, private and third sectors. Think 2008 will take place from 7-8 May 2008 at ExCeL, London.

    Think is produced in partnership with the market-leading publications and debate and networking happens year-round through the i-think community and networking forum Think 100.

    The built environment accounts for about 50% of the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions and it’s increasingly clear that we have to change the way we design, construct and use buildings – and do so fast. This means rethinking the whole process and taking a fresh look at what we mean by, and how we achieve, a sustainable built environment – from specifying low energy lighting to creating places where people really want to live and work.

    + Think 2008

  • A Few Months Back

    Poverty, Environmental Design


    I wasn't sure where to start, so i'll just have a little flashback, about 5 months back. It all started when i got accepted by Columbia University for their annual project under the supervision of the UN Millennium Development Goals, task force 8. It was an awesome experience just seeing a new continent, the most bizarre among the continents i've seen so far, a new country with an extraordinary landscape and culture, not to forget the heroic tails of resistance and struggle that the people have had during the past half-century. all of this added to the fellowship i won from the Rockefeller Foundation to visit the country, and i was into one hell of a journey. It was one of the best journeys i've ever had, alongside the spiritual Student Haj trip i had in past doesn't seem to be relevent, but both South africa and Haj taught me a lot about human-beings, and their social interactions, which i must add, has always fascinated me. if you would like to check out the website it's:

  • Hi all!

    We are having an exhibition and conference soon!

    details are at

    We have many products on display at the iconic old supreme court of singapore. Do drop by for a look if you are in the area. Exhibition starts 28 NOV to 3 DEC.

    When design meets market

    This conference will bring you earnest sharings about design and the vision that is design.

    Mr Turosaki founder Idee Japan, founder Tokyo designers block will be speaking at this event as well.

    more information is at

    Do mail me for more details.

    thanks all!

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