Textile Design
 

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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Moshe Roas | The Textile Circle of Life | January 30.14

Cotton, sand, glass powder, fabric, metal and sponge are just a few of the materials that Moshe Roas uses in his art. Moshe, a certified textile designer, is anything but your average textile designer. While he plays with textures and layering among other things, his creative world is surrounded by unordinary ideas that are conveyed …

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Student Break | Neta Tesler | Knot The Knot | October 23.13

I have a strong feeling that the freezing weather (that I wasn’t prepared for) is what is drawing me to Neta Tesler’s textile furniture. These furniture are clearly inspired by the world of seamanship and I’m in love with the playful aspect of these KNOT-N-KNOT knots. While researching the world of Popeye the Sailor Man, …

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Student Break | Roni Yeheskel | The Melody of The Lines | July 24.13

Mathematics, geometry and in between, never been my thing. In fact, I’m so happy that I don’t have to re-live those horrific days… However, there are people who can embrace the beauty within those lines and create magic out of it. One of those people is Roni Yeheskel, who created the Webbings. Upholstery fabrics, which …

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Student Break | Michal Fierstein | The Language of The Dancing Threads | July 10.13

For the last two weeks I’ve been walking on clouds, since I received some pretty amazing graduation projects, straight out of the classes of 2013. I have a feeling that from next week you’ll be seeing a lot more Student Breaks… Until then, let’s start with the first 2013 Graduate project of the year (drum …

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