August 2012
 

Student Break | Natalie Walker | Textile Talk | August 23.12

At first, it wasn’t easy to look at Natalie Walker’s “Me as a Line” textiles. There was something disturbing and dark that scared me, but once I conquered my fear, I was mesmerized by the beautiful prints and colors. Natalie began her process by trying to imitate organic materials such as wood and …

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Student Break | Nimrod Or | Time After Time | August 22.12

Nimrod Or describeds his MeanTime graduation project in such a beautiful and touching way that I just had to leave it as is…”Time alone does not tell a story. It is priceless. Chaotic. Elastic. Fragile and quiet. I tried to examine the feelings that time evokes in us. This project traces three figures, …

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Student Break | Yael Cohen | What’s Your Fav Insect? | August 20.12

Clearly I’m not an insect friendly person to say the least, however A Bug’s life is one of my favorite animated movies. I guess that’s the reason why I didn’t turn my head away once I bumped into Yael Cohen’s Insect Definer iPad app. ;) Yael made it all look so intriguing and …

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Student Break | Lee Kodo | The Stylish Mrs. Doolittle | August 19.12

It makes sense to start a new week with a whimsical vibe. Lee Kodo’s collection was inspired by her childhood memories of the Shavuot Holiday at the Kibbutz, where she grew up. It was inspired by the atmosphere and the happy spirit of the holiday: women and men with embroidered outfits, wearing flower …

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Student Break | Naama Haneman | Brothers and Sisters | August 15.12

Siblings… So many emotions in one little word, and “Sibling Life” is the title of Naama Haneman’s graduate collection. “The jewelry pieces seek to simulate the act of wearing and disassembling different types of sibling relationships, both as a distinct unit within the family and among themselves.” While watching the video that accompanied …

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