Designer Paul Sandip's work combines eco-sensitivity with a refined simplicity.

The Shapeways Blog features an interview today with designer Paul Sandip, whose work combines eco-sensitivity with a refined simplicity and a passion for making everyday objects special.

Recent designs include a disposable paper mug for personal hygiene (a finalist at the INDEX Awards 2009), bathroom slippers that allow water to flow beneath them so users wont slip, and a beautifully minimalist pencil sharpener which won the reddot design award in 2007.

His latest creation is the Yellow Clip, a re-design of the clothespin which is molded out of single piece of material and can used be top and bottom

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