Up-cycled Installations

The Bumblebee “Partsformer” sculpture

April 2018

Client: Ashok Leyland

Material: 1600 kgs of waste metal (truck parts)

Specifications: 7 x 7 x 12.5 feet

Event: Global Conference for 70 years of Ashok Leyland

Objective: This sculpture of a character from the movie- Transformers, displays the strength and might of Ashok Leyland truck parts

Location: Chennai India.

Plastic Bottles Canopy

(in collaboration with Chlorophyll Design Studio & waste management company- Start Upcycling Now)

January 2018

Client: Bisleri India

Material: 5000 waste Bisleri PET bottles

Specifications: 10 x 10 x 20 feet

Event: TATA Mumbai Marathon

Objective: This installation was created around the “Bottles for Change” campaign by Bisleri where on behalf of every runner who ran through the corridor, Bisleri sponsored meals for an entire year to the waste picker’s children who are currently being educated at the PBVS (Parisar Bhagini Vikas Sangh) study center, Chembur. 

Location: Mumbai, India

Up-cycled Metal Furniture

December 2017

Client: Art Collector

Material: 130 kgs of metal waste (automobile and machine parts)

Specifications: 1.5 x 2 x 5 feet

Objective: A showstopper armchair for an art collector’s chic beachside bungalow

Location: Alibaug (Mumbai), India

Life-sized Ganpati Sculpture

August 2017

Client: Ford India

Material: 900 kgs of waste metal (automobile parts)

Specifications: 3 x 4 x 6.5 feet

Event: Ganesh Chaturthi

Objective: With a unique installation of Lord Ganesha to celebrate Mumbai’s most revered festical- Ganesh Chaturthi, Ford aims to highlight the significance of using genuine parts while servicing to ensure the well-being of their loved ones.

Location: Mumbai, India (now placed at the Heritage Transport Museum in New Delhi)

Window into the Garden sculpture 

May 2017

Client: Industrialist

Material: Waste Iron strips, Nylon ropes

Specifications: 3 x 4 x 4.5 feet

Objective: A factory wanting to reuse its industrial waste as a creative feature in their lush green gardens

Location: Bihar, India

Eco-Abacus Art Installation

October 2016

Client: Good Homes Magazine Art Walk

Material: E-Waste, Waste iron nuts & bearings, Cardboard tubes, Leftover PVC pipes, Paint cans

Specifications: 3 x 7 x 8 feet

Objective: An art walk curated by Good Homes magazine showing the work of Mumbai’s 20 proud artists. This installation of an Eco-Friendly abacus exemplifies the assemblage and ingenuity of waste.

Location: Mumbai, India

Series of Art

November 2014

Client: After 12 Design Institute

Material: Junk bicycle, Scrap bicycle wheels, Salvaged wood, Waste iron pipes, Old paint cans

Objective: Series of upcycled artworks (Refurbished Cycle, Bicycle Wheels Room Divider, Wall Scrabble Tiles, Dripping Paint Poles) adorning the walls and exteriors of an art institute inspiring their next-gen designers

Location: Jaipur, India

Tea Cafe Accessorizing

April 2014

Client: Tapri Tea Cafe

Material: Tea kettles, Waste paper, Cork sheets, Salvaged wood

Objective: A quintessential Indian cafe conceptualized around India and it’s love for tea. A kettle chandelier, individual kettle balcony lights, Collated waste paper diaries, Pun-y cork coasters, Waste wood tissue boxes add to the rustic decor of Jaipur’s most popular cafe

Location: Jaipur, India

Fashion meets Recycled design

August 2011

Client: Miraangi Fashion Store

Material: Cloth scraps, Vintage photos, Scrap furniture

Objective: A Visual Merchandising project for high-end fashion store launching a new designers’ collection based on reusing ordinary waste lying around

Location: Jaipur, India