Now keep a tap on your ever growing to-do list with our unique utility desk calendar, which comes with a white board. This can be used to write important numbers, make your to-do list or simply write down a thought for the day. With a smart warli calendar this makes for a must have desk top product.
IVEI - I Value Every Idea is a society working towards the upliftment of artisans in Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh. We work towards a long term aim of providing employment and sustainable living solutions to the people here. Our designers work with rural artisans to create well designed, high quality, utility products for home and office, ideal for both gifting and personal use. This product is part of our Quirk collection. As the name suggests, this collection is full of unique products inspired by day to day objects. These products are for those who love to collect innovative products that make you smile every time you see them.Craftily hand cut in to puzzle shapes, these uniquely distinct writing boards are easy to write and easy to wipe, adding fun to your wall and sense of style to your space. And a great addition to your kids room too! This product comes with a white board marker and duster.Dimensions (in) : 11.5*14*.75
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I Value Every Idea
" ""I Value Every Idea"" is an initiative to support the local craftsmen who have the skill but not the opportunity. Their skill and our design , together bring to you some unique hand crafted products , to add a new flavor in your everyday products. We take pride in our association with one of the oldest and most sophisticated hand skills - carpentry , and hope to keep the skill alive in young hearts with a little blend of design. Our products are exclusively designed to add utility and fun both in the most minimalist possible way. Most of our products are made in scrap wood , which has been handcrafted and finished to perfection by our skilled and experienced artisans. We started from Sitapur , a small city near Lucknow ,Uttar Pradesh (India). Here we visited various villages and spread the word amongst all our people to show us their art and skill. We were surprised to see the talent. Really good skill was going waste in our villages. Some of these people had put their art aside as it was not giving them enough to earn a living , while the others were not getting their skill’s worth. We promised to pay each of them like an artist deserves to be paid, reviving their interest in their passion. Our craftsmen are now content and happy as they earn more than what they did for a job that they love. "