Toys define Subid’s life. Or rather, he finds life in toys. What he creates is not simply toys. He calls them “non-violent toys”. A post graduate in design from Delhi IIT, he reminded one of the character Alphonsachan in the movie Daivathinte Vikrithikal - like a magician in a space all his own, surrounded by little children, giving life to his toys. Subid always lived his life different from what is considered the norm. Full of dreams, he attained success wherever he went. His mother was his tower of strength and with her support he climbed up the success ladder. After her death, he decided to head out and start experimenting with life and ideas. In his stall at the environment fest organized by the Gandhian Chair of Kerala University, at Gandhi Bhavan, Thiruvanathapuram, he exhi...Read More...
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