• Whenever I spot a jewelry collection in the midst of an Industrial Design Graduate Show, I miss a beat. And this time was no different.
    Ravit Tzadik a brand new graduate out of the Industrial Design Department at the Holon Institute of Technology, is the one behind Wood in Motion. In her “twisted” collection, Ravit played with the flexibility of the wood, with the help of the lamination technology. Most of the times lamination is used in furniture design Ravit decided that it’s time to challenge this common notion. In her line of accessories, she creates a new interpretation, which is driven by the esthetics of objects and their movement.
    “The collection tells the story of the technology, stretches the limits of the material and glorifies it at the same time.”
    I have to say that I’m super impressed by the variety of rings in Ravit’s collection and especially by the fact that it seems like you can actually wear each and every one of them without having to make any adjustments.
    Oh, I also have to give her thumbs up for the most beautiful and minimalist styling!
    You can get in touch with Ravit at: ravit.tzadik {at} gmail {dot} com
  • {Photos by Amichai Hilman}