This week I Ventured to West Portal. I wanted to interview Sean Bunjamin, a Self-described Humanitarian designer. He is interested in solving other peoples problems with his work. He says being from Indonesia motivates him to find problem-solving purposes through innovative designs.
We started talking about basic needs such as refrigeration and water for third world countries, and he explained how he is designing a cheap refrigerator that runs with no electricity. If achieved, this project could greatly improve the everyday lives of thousands of people around the world.
For me, art has always been more of an expression, and though it does serve a function to release creativity and express yourself, I never really thought about solving others’ problems with it. Sean’s art is based in functionality and his desire to help people makes his projects unique. While most people want to be the next big car designer or invent the sleekest new phone, it was refreshing to see that someone was keeping it real. ARTSEA EP:3
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