Interviews
 

Interview. Dikla Levsky | Leaving A Bright and Colorful Mark on The World | March 11.14

I can’t believe it’s been a year since my last One On One interview. Oh well, I guess that’s what makes today’s interview much more special. And it’s super special to begin with! I’ve been following Dikla Levsky‘s printed footsteps ever since she graduated back in 2009 and I can’t stop being amazed by her …

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My First Interview… | August 14.13

It’s always difficult talking and showing pictures of yourself. At least that’s super hard for me. And that’s why I never agreed to do it up until now. Since moving to San Francisco, I decided to use the word YES more than I use the word NO when people ask me to take a moment …

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DesignBreak Elsewhere | Interviewing Hagit Pincovici for the JPost | December 6.12

“Follow your dreams at all costs,” says Israeli designer Hagit Pincovici who spends most of her time in Italy. I’m doing just that and I hope you are too! Hagit and I studied at the same high school too long ago. Since then we didn’t stay in touch but once I discovered that …

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DesignBreak Elsewhere | Interviewing Reddish Studio for the JPost | October 17.12

“Naama Steinbock and Idan Friedman do it all together. From cooking to walking Batya (their dog) and yes, even designing.” That’s how I decided to open my interview with Naama and Idan aka Reddish Studio. I’ve been following these two foot steps for a while now and always wanted to get an inside …

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One On One Break | Liron Lavi Turkenich | More Than Words | September 27.12

It’s no secret that I have a thing for typography, in fact in my graduation project I designed Identity, a font built out of Hebrew and Arabic type faces in order to create one cohesive language. But, enought about me, Liron Lavi, a graduate of the Shenkar College, had the same idea in …

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DesignBreak Elsewhere | Interviewing Itamar Burstein for the JPost | September 5.12

I’m not sure is designers play the name dropping game, but if I would ever to do so on behalf of the industrial designer Itamar Burstein, I’ll would be covered. This energetic human being is spending his time between Tel Aviv and Paris, and while doing so, he manages to collaborate with some …

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One On One Break | Sharon Sides | Traces of Nature | August 9.12

Sharon Sides is a fresh graduate of the Industrial Design Department at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. When you see tens of graduate projects, you don’t really know where to look first. You start to glance and then… you just stop, cause you found something special. That’s exactly what happened to …

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DesignBreak Elsewhere | Interviewing Jaim Telias for the JPost | July 5.12

Jaim Telias is the nicest, sweetest designer I’ve ever meet, full stop. Actually, to set the record straight, I’ve never really met the guy. Since I first stumbled upon his magical world, we exchanged a bunch of long, long emails… and there is something quite endearing in each and every one of his …

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DesignBreak Elsewhere | Interviewing Bakery Design for the JPost | June 10.12

“Can you imagine a couple in real life who spends their day in the kitchen, talking and planning their next big dessert? Well this is how it feels like when you steps into Gilli Kuchik and Ran Amitai’s studio.” I’m super exited to share with you my interview with the two, as part …

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