SaanSenDesign

Handmade Designs with Thai Inspiration and some love.

Upper Darby, Pennsylvania · 52 Sales

SaanSenDesign

Handmade Designs with Thai Inspiration and some love.

Upper Darby, Pennsylvania 52 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
(15)

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Pummy

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Announcement   Upcoming Event:
Sat June 9, 2018 | East Falls Farmer Market | 10am - 2pm | https://www.facebook.com/eastfallsfarmersmarket/

Sun June 3, 2018 | Swarthmore Makers Market | Swarthmore, PA | 9.30 am - 2 pm | https://www.facebook.com/Swarthmoremakersmarket/

Fri April 27, 2018 | Utility Works Grand Opening/Pop-Up | Lansdowne, PA | 6-9 pm | https://www.facebook.com/events/380961442384120/

Hello and Sa Waa Dee,

My name is Nonthaporn. Most people call me “Pum” or “Pummy,” for short. Since I was a child, I liked to get hands on with paints, paper, and wood. I’ve always searched for inspiration blending traditional and contemporary Asian styles, but rarely found examples. With this traditional-contemporary mix concept in mind, I created Saan Sen, motivated to apply it in various media.

I am a Thai native, born and raised in Bangkok. I graduated from Rangsit University with a degree in Visual Communication Design. Right out of school, I got a freelance job, designing hair product packaging. But, while hanging with my friends at a night market, I saw another endeavor that would utilize my creative energies. I became a street vendor at the night market, selling handmade candles, silver jewelry, and incense clay burners. To further differentiate my store from others, I designed my own wrapping paper and packaging from Saa (mulberry paper), handmade craft paper, and recycled materials.

The idea of Saan Sen popped in my head. In Thai, Saan means “merge,” “join,” or “weave;” whereas Sen means “line” or “filament.” Combining these two words together, for me, represents how all ideas become visualized, manifested through lines, doodles, and scribbles that come together into a cohesive image. Or how one combines materials into one piece. Since then, I’ve been brainstorming and tinkering, slowly creating designs and products that represent a balance between old and new art influences.

I totally believe that we should never let our dreams and passions die down so here I am on Etsy, doing what makes me happy.

Stay positive and be creative!
Pum

Announcement

Last updated on Jun 5, 2018

Upcoming Event:
Sat June 9, 2018 | East Falls Farmer Market | 10am - 2pm | https://www.facebook.com/eastfallsfarmersmarket/

Sun June 3, 2018 | Swarthmore Makers Market | Swarthmore, PA | 9.30 am - 2 pm | https://www.facebook.com/Swarthmoremakersmarket/

Fri April 27, 2018 | Utility Works Grand Opening/Pop-Up | Lansdowne, PA | 6-9 pm | https://www.facebook.com/events/380961442384120/

Hello and Sa Waa Dee,

My name is Nonthaporn. Most people call me “Pum” or “Pummy,” for short. Since I was a child, I liked to get hands on with paints, paper, and wood. I’ve always searched for inspiration blending traditional and contemporary Asian styles, but rarely found examples. With this traditional-contemporary mix concept in mind, I created Saan Sen, motivated to apply it in various media.

I am a Thai native, born and raised in Bangkok. I graduated from Rangsit University with a degree in Visual Communication Design. Right out of school, I got a freelance job, designing hair product packaging. But, while hanging with my friends at a night market, I saw another endeavor that would utilize my creative energies. I became a street vendor at the night market, selling handmade candles, silver jewelry, and incense clay burners. To further differentiate my store from others, I designed my own wrapping paper and packaging from Saa (mulberry paper), handmade craft paper, and recycled materials.

The idea of Saan Sen popped in my head. In Thai, Saan means “merge,” “join,” or “weave;” whereas Sen means “line” or “filament.” Combining these two words together, for me, represents how all ideas become visualized, manifested through lines, doodles, and scribbles that come together into a cohesive image. Or how one combines materials into one piece. Since then, I’ve been brainstorming and tinkering, slowly creating designs and products that represent a balance between old and new art influences.

I totally believe that we should never let our dreams and passions die down so here I am on Etsy, doing what makes me happy.

Stay positive and be creative!
Pum

Pummy

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Saansen Brief Story:

The idea of Saan Sen popped in my head. In Thai, Saan means “merge,” “join,” or “weave;” whereas Sen means “line” or “filament.” Combining these two words together, for me, represents how all ideas become visualized, manifested through lines, doodles, and scribbles that come together into a cohesive image. Or how one combines materials into one piece. Since then, I’ve been brainstorming and tinkering, slowly creating designs and products that represent a balance between old and new art influences.

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  • Pummy

    Owner, Designer

    I am a Thai native, born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand and received my BFA in Visual Communication Design. I totally believe that we should never let our dreams and passions die down so here I am on Etsy, doing what makes me happy.

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Last updated on Jun 21, 2017
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Custom and personalized orders

All sale merchandise as well as customized and personalized items are non-refundable.

All customized and personalized items will take 3-10 days to finish; depending on the size of your orders;***EXCLUDING from processing and shipping time.

Additional Shipping Info:

- Free shipping is available for some purchased items under $20, shipped by USPS Flat envelope.
- Purchased items over $20 will be shipped by USPS with tracking number.
- Any additional shipping with be charged as marked.
- Please feel free to contact me, if any issue you may have or any question.