Blangk, the pronounced sound of ‘blank’, refers to something which has
no marks, or is untainted by words or pictures. Something pure. Inspired
from the words of sculptor Michelangelo – “the job of the sculptor was to
free the forms that were already inside the stone” – the motive behind
Blangk is to free the form & form of daily objects from clutter and excess.
Every single idea borne from Blangk started off from the something
truly blangk – a blank piece of paper.