Having spent my high school years in Singapore, I was given the nickname "Pore ." This nickname is now my professional name as well. With the motto, "Pore over it," I am currently working in various genres―graphic, interior, etc.― with a focus on designing products. 2000: Began working by the name "Pore" 2002: Exhibited work through a public entry for the DESIGNER’S WEEK Professional Exhibition 2003: Exhibited work at DESIGNER'S BLOCK 2004: Graduated from the Nihon University College of Art, Department of Design, Industrial Design Course 2005, 2006: Exhibited work at 100% DESIGN TOKYO
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Conventional jewelry cases were designed to store accessories in a concealed box. However, if accessories were meant to be adorned and flaunted, isn't it a waste to hide them away in a box? This simple question is what inspired me to design a jewelry case that is meant to display its contents by wrapping, hanging or pulling jewelry through it―just as you would when you adorn yourself with it. Bend the ends to form different shapes for various uses. Not only can you place or hang your jewelry on it, but you can also use it for holding a pen or inserting a memo."GOONY" is more than just a tray―it's a metamorphic creature. How will you use yours?