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2019 / Other Products Designs / Other Products designs / Student

DrumString

  • Prizes
    Bronze in Other Products designs/Other Products designs
  • Lead Designer
    Mohamad Montazeri
  • Other credit
    Mohamad Montazeri
  • University
    I. Art University Of Tabriz

This instrument is built from combination of percussion and string instrument Inspired from shield that is match with the new sound! Design of the product is inspired by sound waves broadcasting sign in area. Combining two instruments together that means giving a birth to a new sound, new function in instruments usage, a new way to play an instrument, a new appearance. Because of combining a percussion and string instrument and using a new material New form of playing and reacting with instruments and ability to use two hands made interaction easy and new unique sound.

Bio
Mohamad Montazeri was born on 1989. He holds bachelor and then M.S. in industrial design from ID Faculty of I. Art University of Tabriz/ Iran. He is also a musician and harmonist, painter and promoter of astronomy. He has held more than 10 individual painting exhibitions. He believes that a good design makes the world better. He defines a good design in the balance of emotional with its aesthetics, usability and functionality.
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Full member of International Association of Designers (IAD) and also (AIBA), (IBSP), (ISPM), (ICCI), (IDC) and (WDC).

Other prizes
• 2019, Gold, European Product Design Award (EPDA), Education/ Teaching aids category, Budapest/ Hungary. • 2019, Silver, European Product Design Award (EPDA), Toy Design/ Educational Toy category, Budapest/ Hungary. • 2019, Bronze, European Product Design Award (EPDA), Other Products Designs/ Other Products Designs category, Budapest/ Hungary. • 2018, Bronze, A’ Design and Competition, Education, Teaching Aid and Training Content Design category, Como/ Italy. • 2018, Silver, A’ Design and Competition, Musical Instruments Design category, Como/ Italy.

Photo Credit: Mohamad Montazeri
Credits: Mohamad Montazeri