“Creativity is a combinatorial force: it’s our ability to tap into our ‘inner’ pool of resources – knowledge, insight, information, inspiration and all the fragments populating our minds – that we’ve accumulated over the years just by being present and alive and awake to the world and to combine them in extraordinary new ways.” — Maria Popova, Brainpickings
Artist, entrepreneur, lecturer and founder of Artifacts, Shubhangi Pandey serves as the perfect example for all-rounder , modern woman making it big. Shubhangi PLAPP’s featured artist took her childhood talent of card making and developed it with experience into a flourishing business. However from a very young age, she mastered the art of card making. She possessed the art of expressing gratitude and appreciation through art and craft.
Her interest in the creative field, made her opt for Textile Design. She completed her graduation from National Institute of Fashion Technology. She always makes it a point to shine bright and emerge on top in her field. Throughout her career she won many awards and received recognition for her aesthetics and sense of design. Therefore Channeling her interest in art and creativity she launched her brand Artifacts, a hub for customized cards and gifting solutions.
“I know it’s my profession but it all began as a small idea when I started doing it” says Shubhangi. She expresses, what started as a hobby turned into a full-fledged brand delivering hand made products worldwide. Artifacts is being liked by all with a high rate of appreciation and affection. Living by the motto “ to spread happiness and love”, Shubhangi works on making her products as different and special as she can. “I put my heart and soul into my products, I put in as much effort and detail into it. The idea is to deliver not just a product but emotions with which they are intended to be given” says Shubhangi.
Shubhangi’s tip for the learners
Shubhangi believes in quality and originality being the most important aspects in her line of work. She believes that in order to create something remarkable one must focus on the finishing and fineness of the creation. She says, “Understand what it is you need to create and put your heart into it. It’s really important to be patient in the process of creating art and craft.”