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Asufa | Fancy Haggadah?! Hell, Yeah! | March 19.15

Unless you are Jewish, you probably didn’t even realize that Passover is just around the corner. AND, I don’t blame you! Ummm… Full disclosure: Passover isn’t one of my favorite holidays. However, since it first started three years ago, I’m super excited about Asufa‘s brand new (and oh so fancy) addition of the Haggadah. The …

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Pudish | Avital Pudinsky | Black Pen. White Format. Endless Doodles | September 18.14

It all began when I saw this brilliant picture on Ohad Benit’s instagram feed. Let’s pause for a quick side note. Ohad is hands down my favorite Israeli instagrammer. Check his feed and you’ll see why. So, when Ohad shares sneak peeks of future projects he is working on, I’m taking notes. Back to the …

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Asufa | Let’s Make This Coming Passover An Illustrated Holiday | March 31.14

It’s crazy to think that almost a year has gone by since I wrote about Asufa and their most festive and illustrated Haggadah, created by some of Israel’s most talented illustrators. We all celebrate the holidays year in and year out, so why not celebrate Passover with a brand new addition of an illustrated Haggadah? …

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A Typographer in The Making | Take Eighteen | December 12.13

I don’t believe that I’m actually saying this out loud but this is Liron’s last post… As I’m writing these lines, Liron and her Mr. are on their grand Australian tour, having the time of their life, while exploring unfamiliar territories. I guess this is the only way to go, after you finish your Master’s …

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Student Break | Daniel Winebush | The Eye of The Tiger | November 25.13

What does one normally do when he wants to explore the limitations of vision under extreme conditions? He, as in Daniel Winebush, creates his very own “The world according to…” graduate project. In this project, which was driven by Daniel’s myopia, he decided to examine how limitations such as order, direction of reading, and range …

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Miki Mottes | The Rabtus Exchange Program | October 24.13

If you’ve been here for a while, yo probably know that I’m a big fan of Miki Mottes and his illustrated character, Rabtus. Rabtus is a green rabbitcactus, who usually appears alongside Cumber (a friendly cucumber). Miki decided that it was time to spice things up and so turned to 40 talented illustrators from over …

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Clowns & Crowns | A Whimsical Journey of Dots and Lines | October 21.13

Whenever I hear about a new stationary line I need to check it out so… When Liat Summerfield shared with me her Clowns & Crowns collection I was intrigued. First by the super fun and charming name and then by the whimsical illustrations. With this new adventure, Liat draws thousands of dots and lines in …

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Student Break | Michal Meshulam | Families. Sometimes It’s Not Pretty | August 21.13

The Jewish holidays are just around the corner and with that comes lots of family dinners and gatherings. I often wonder about how it would feel like to enter unfamiliar territory, an unfamiliar family and experience it all with them. Since you can’t judge a book by it’s cover, I guess you can’t judge a …

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Student Break | Didi Kfir | Tel Aviv Like You’ve Never Seen Before | August 15.13

Have you ever wondered about all the people that streets were named after them? I sure do. That was the starting point of Didi Kfir and her Tel-Aviv – Travel Book. “Tel-Aviv – Travel Book offers three different routes to walk through the streets of the city. Each route offers random encounters with the many …

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A Typographer in The Making | Take Seventeen | August 13.13

As we speak, Liron is still working on her dissertation and I secretly hope that it will last forever (that’s how much I love having her around here) but I’m pretty sure I’m the only one who doesn’t want this dissertation to be over. While Liron is working hard on being a dedicated student and …

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