Spotted! Abdul Rashid


Karter, designed by Abdul Rashid, is a pack opener with the blade tucked away within the housing, away from the reaches of your fingers. The design of the kitchen pack opener was inspired by the popular 70’s game, Pac-man. “This is actually my freshman project,” Rashid explains. “Its design arose from the need to create a cutting utensil that is high on safety yet simple to use.”

Rashid will be graduation from NUS in July. “I don’t remember ever wanting to become a designer,” he jokes. “All I ever wanted to do was to help fix things. Being an industrial designer has been highly accidental for me due to a badly designed application form.”



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