Wednesday, December 21, 2011

My early design years

Finally, I am here to write a design post! Though I'm here to share some of the school plates I've done since I entered college.

Thinking about it now, I never thought that I'll dream of becoming an industrial designer someday. I mean, sure I love to draw and see cool and awesome stuff being made. But I only learned about what Industrial Design was four years ago, and one of the reasons why I took the course was the fact that it sounded cool.

Anyway, without further ado, here are some of my works.

Copper wire Scorpion model (special credit to my friend Juris for helping me on this one)

Toy Project. It's actually a "pachinko" (made from some of my old toys and bristol board)

Paperboard sandals (yes, you can wear it and walk around on it...just don't jump!)

1:1 model of a handrill made of wood and finished with spray paint (a group project)

1:1 model of a rice cooker made of bristol board

CATERPITRUCK: Retractable garbage truck (my 3d capabilities was still amateurish in this one, and I'm proud to say that I have greatly improved!)

CAMARO (told yah my 3D capabilities have improved!!)

And my favorite plate/project of all time! PLAYSTACK: Modular furniture for kids





  1. Wow, you are really good! Love that stackable furniture for kids. Everything that you have shown here is very interesting. It must be wonderful to love what you do...

  2. Hi Kay!

    Thank you very much! I'm still learning and I want to design more "innovative" products in the future :)


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