Scott Shim Maze Easily remove trapped hair
Maze Easily remove trapped hair is Iron Design Award winner in 2014 - 2015 Beauty, Personal Care and Cosmetic Products Design Award Category.
Maze Easily remove trapped hair

MAZE hairbrush is designed to conveniently remove tangled hair and facilitate convenient maintenance of a personal care product. The void maze pattern on the brush head initiates controlled flexibility within the structural frames and creates gaps for easier access to trapped debris. The design is cost effective and promotes a sustainable lifestyle through user engagement.

Maze Easily remove trapped hair
Scott Shim Maze
Scott Shim Easily remove trapped hair
Scott Shim design
Scott Shim design
Scott Shim

Scott Shim is an Associate Professor and Industrial Design program coordinator at The Ohio State University. Since joining the program in August of 2009, he has been actively involved in design entrepreneurship research and collaborative design projects that have been patented by the office of technology and commercialization. His recent collaborations were with Honda Motors America, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Professor Shim’s professional experience includes 10+ years in product development, during which he has received more than 30 design patents and multiple design awards. He spent majority of his professional career at Daewoo Electronics Design Center where he was involved in various consumer electronics projects for both domestic and international markets. His design work is recognized internationally with many of his projects appearing in a number of national and international publications, including the cover of TIME Magazine.

The Ohio State University

The Department of Design at the Ohio state University offers three major programs, each leading to the Bachelor of Science in Design (BSD) degree: Industrial Design, Interior Design, and Visual Communication Design. The Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) degree program offers two complementary areas of emphasis in Design Research and Development (DRD) or Digital Animation and Interactive Media (DAIM). The Department's degree programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), and the Interior Design major program is accredited separately by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).