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2018 – Yeezy Gone Mobile | Yanko Design
2017 – Press Feature: Praxis I Chair in ArsCityBlog
2016 – Silver Winner – A’ Design Awards: Praxis I Chair
2013 – Interview with Emory University WNN Magazine
2009 – Interview with Clayton News Daily

Osayande Imarhiagbe is a Nigerian-American designer based in Atlanta, GA. During his high school and college years, Imarhiagbe found work as a freelance web developer and graphic designer, commissioning work primarily from private and public institutions. Past clients include the Clayton County government, Fulton County government, the State of Georgia Department of Transportation, and Emory University.

In his current role as sole county webmaster, his responsibilities include providing district-wide support and leading the production of custom training modules for over 85 local web administrators, CMS oversight and role distribution, along with content direction and growth strategy for all social media channels.

In practice, Imarhiagbe seeks to inform his design process through the adoption of a multidisciplinary worldview. As an enthusiast in the subjects of science, technology, nature, photography and fine art, he welcomes the opportunity to conceive of solutions for given challenges in the realms of user interface design, product design, and other modern solution-based fields.

Please submit all inquiries to osay [at] osayimar [dot] com.

Click here for insight into my development process.

2018. Inspired by the occurrence of natural weather events in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands. Natural Kettle is a kitchen accessory meant for use in homes without ready access to gas or electricity.
The body of the kettle is made from a heat-resistant ceramic to preserve the integrity of the kettle with repeated use.
The contents of the kettle are heated via an ignited chafing fuel canister. The base on which the kettle stands acts as the housing unit for the fuel canister. When the canister is ignited, the kettle is placed on top of the base to warm the containing liquid.
A groove at the front of the kettle is coated with a thermochromic paint that changes color as the liquid is heated, providing a visual liquid level and temperature indicator.
The lid of the kettle is held in place via a magnet that attaches to a metal plate embedded in the handle of the kettle.
 
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