May 2014

Same Spot, Different View. Urban Sketching in Tel Aviv | A Guest Post by Guy Granit | May 30.14

Sketch by Marina Grechanik I’m a big fan of Guy Granit, the man who is basically a walking 101 for everything Israeli Illustration. As you probably know, I’m super excited about the first Illustration Week going on right now in Tel Aviv (one and two happy posts so far) and when Guy offered to share …

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Wizo Design Academy and It’s Big Boys | May 28.14

You already know about the illustrated party (aka Illustration Week 2014), which is taking place this week in Tel Aviv. Right? After sharing with you Sagi Ashin’s royal animals, it’s time to move on to the next exhibition, Big Boys. This one is by students, graduates and professors of the Wizo Design Academy, under the …

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Israel Calling | May 23.14

I’m not sure if you are aware of the fact that during mid April, I spent almost three weeks in Israel. If you follow me on Instagram, there is no way you could miss it buy otherwise… Things have been so crazy around here that I didn’t even have a moment to stop pause and …

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Nir Meiri for REDESIGN[D] | Turning Ancient Cities Into Layered Objects | May 15.14

A while back I wrote about REDESIGN[D]. An on going collaboration between Redesign Magazine and young Israeli designers. First was Naama Hofman and her lighting object and now it’s Nir Meiri’s turn to be REDESIGN[D]. Nir is a designer who isn’t intimidated by hard work (his Marine Light and Desert Storm Light are just two …

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I’m Still Alive and I’m Back | May 12.14

Hi there my sweet breakers. It’s been so long, in fact too long since I wrote a post… The truth of the matter is that for the past few months I wasn’t feeling well and I just couldn’t sit in front my computer more than a few minutes. That’s why the only place you could …

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