Sandesh Jadhav, Bhavika Jakhotiya, Nikita Jagzap
Ar. Neha Panchal, Ar. Yagnik Bhatija, Ar. Mythili Shetty, Ar. Parnavi, Ar. Devayani Deshmukh
The flatlay of garbage exercise began with an interesting note. We became conscious of our usage of plastic and other products that are harmful to the environment. The product that was selected for our group was Pitambari, a very famous shining powder for cleaning utensils. We researched about its chemical contents. These contents were studied individually based on their location, manufacture, benefits, and harmful effects. To understand the actual cost of pitambari we decoded the cost extraction of raw materials, manufacturing process, packing, transportation. Finally, the primary and secondary user group was considered.
The poster depicts the entire journey of one pitambari powder right from the extraction of raw materials to its disposal. It covers important aspects like its founders, users, different available forms, usage method, and benefits.
The central graphic of a lady with 6 hands represents a woman doing multiple tasks quickly and efficiently. Similarly, one pitambari powder is used to clean multiple household things such as metal idols, diyas, steel, copper, brass, iron, silver, aluminum utensils.