Mahafrin Rustomjee doesn’t believe in the delusion that design can save the world or for that matter she doesn’t think the world needs saving. She sees herself as an artist, storyteller, writer, poet and collector for the world she is presently contained in. Working as a maker of myth, creating artifacts for the present day scenarios; whether they are books, stories, objects or just poems. She likes to merge the inanimate with the animate; to make things more ‘alive’ by weaving myths into reality. By making things more vulnerable to the possessor of the object so that he/she is able to see it’s soul. Working with different sections of culture to enchant people with the use of crafted, poetic and ritualistic design. Preferring to pre-dominantly working with objects of craft and poetry, she likes to view them as artefacts of our time; as storytellers of our lives and modes of living. Researching into the role of storytelling, religion and faith in society and how we can use it as a tool and medium for Design. She is based between Eindhoven (Netherlands) & Mumbai (India) and has just recently graduated from the Masters Research Program (Social Design) at the Design Academy Eindhoven.