• While visiting my beloved Israel last month, I was invited to take a look at Studio Kahn’s solo exhibition From Mold to Fragment, at the Design Museum Holon.
    You have no idea how excited I felt, when I saw their whimsical creations with my own two eyes. It’s one thing to get excited by pretty pictures. But it’s a whole new world to actually get to see your favorite designs in person. It’s priceless, to say the least. Anyways, I’m only telling you because the Kahns (aka Mey and Boaz) just released their new collection that goes by the name Goltz. Well, on a second thought, it’s more like a sequel to their Herzel Collection (which is my favorite one).
    These two have a way to transform all these mundane toys into a piece of art, that you just have to have and to hold in your life.
    We all have a memory or object from our childhood that we want to keep close to our heart and not let go of. In a way, it feels like these ceramic beauties are Mey and Boaz’s way to keep their very own childhood memories alive and even glorified.
    FYI, you can find my previous posts about the Kahn’s right here.
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    www.studiokahn.com
  • {Photos by Eran Turgeman}