• Wrapped in local flavour – The New Indian Express

    By Princy Alexander Published: 08th June 2017 03:35 AM   KOCHI: Want a gift that imbibes the spirit of Kerala?  Curiocity.in, started by a Kochi-based design student Collins Samuel, is bringing just that by introducing a Malayali touch to souvenirs, T-shirts, home decor and even notebooks. Its last collection- a deck of playing cards, representing …

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  • The curious case of Kerala – Deccan Chronicle

    DECCAN CHRONICLE. | VIDYA NAIR May 28, 2017, 12:36 am IST   Walk into any curio shop in Kerala and you will surely find a Kathakali mask, snakeboat, and an elephant carved in wood. However, Collins Samuel, an industrial designer, wanted to introduce a unique and fresh design concept. Along with his friends and acquaintances, …

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  • Puttu, backwaters, Mammootty, Mohanlal: A campaign on what it means to be a Malayali

    http://www.thenewsminute.com/article/puttu-backwaters-mammootty-mohanlal-campaign-what-it-means-be-malayali-48512   You think Malayalis all over the world (and those on the moon) would miss a chance to flaunt their Malayaliness? Wrong. A Kochi-based design company ‘Curiocity’ recently launched a one of its kind online photo campaign called ‘Being Malayali’. The campaign saw Malayalis from all over the world narrating what it means for …

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  • What is it to be a Malayali?

    The New Indian Express   KOCHI: The Kochi-based design start-up firm, Curiocity, started a Being Malayali campaign. “We asked our friends all over the world what ‘Being Malayali’ meant for them,” says Collins Samuel, founder and principal designer. Respondents wrote back what being Malayali was for them by tagging their pics in front of landmarks …

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