About

Deval Verma is an artist, who has been breaking all the stereotypes for eight years and continues to innovate with the objective of ‘taking trash, making treasure’. He transforms metal scrap into pieces of art that are inexplicably winsome.

A mechanical engineer and a product design post-graduate from MIT Pune, fuses the ideology of design and art to create highly customized products/artifacts.

In deval’s firm conviction, needs and imaginations have no boundaries, his efforts bring them to reality.

In eight years of his professional conduct, he owns a brand “DEVAL’S” under which he endows to the needs of commissioned artworks, design projects, furnishing, retails, and corporate gifting.

Deval acknowledges society’s contribution and started giving back to the society through his media of training and development of design students, conducting workshops in institutes and communities, consultation to design projects, which aids in his long term goal of Skill development through the introduction of the concept of upcycling with metal scrap. Further, he also provides a “makers’ space” to all the concepts and ideations who look for a co-working field to execute their skills and knowledge in various fields of art and technology. For them, its a consortium of guidance and work tract by him.

Being an artist and a product designer, he is also dedicated to working towards sustainable development goals. One of his products is an active solar cooker made out of concrete especially for the rural areas. He is associated with Jimmy McGilligan Centre for Sustainable Development, Indore; as a volunteer and a trainer to promote sustainable living.

His esteemed clients include Harley Davidson Motorcycles, BMW Motorrad, MP tourism,Karcher, UNO business park, Artcroc Vadodara, Balaji Securities, Barbeque Nation India, RR tyres etc. Deval has various media mentions, art exhibitions on local and international levels, with his artworks delivered in the U.S.A., Italy, Singapore, U.A.E., etc.to his accolades

P.S. He is a speaker at TEDx and Solar Cookers International.