2011 Graduates
 

Student Break | Polina Azarov | Adopt Your Furniture | August 16.11

Would you allow yourself to become attached to your drawer, as much as to your adorable dog? Polina Azarov, from the Industrial Design Department at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, created her own version of a felted Brady Bunch. These soft containers are a real family with each object having its own …

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Student Break | Yael Nissan | Under The Sea | August 15.11

“Into The Wild” is Yael Nissan’s graduation project at the Jewelry Design Department of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. While daydreaming (one of Yael’s favorite activities), she sails to her imaginary world containing her most hidden thoughts. A world full of mystery, magic, color, textures and details comes to life while Yael …

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Student Break | Lee Schein | Anthropological Journey into The Wild | August 14.11

Sometimes, I find myself daydreaming about a book i just read and seeing myself living in it’s imaginary world. It’s not that strange, right? When, Lee Schein, a fresh graduate of the Visual Communications Department at WIZO Haifa Academy of Design and Education, Sent in her wild creatures I discovered her imaginary world …

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Studet Break | knockoutdesign | Industrial Handcraft | August 10.11

Maya Ober, a resent graduate of the Industrial Design Department at Holon Institute of Technology, teamed up with her Polish friends for her graduation project. The four girls, aka knockoutdesign, created the Awateef family, a community based hand weaved project, with the help of the Palestinian craftswomen of Kfar Manda village in Galilee. …

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Student Break | Racheli Gabay Schaffner | Frozen Tea Party | August 9.11

Yesterday was all about Peter Pan but today it’s about Alice in wonderland‘s tea party and the Cheshire Cat courtesy of Racheli Gabay Schaffner. Racheli researched the world of two dimensions and was drawn to the photography and animation aspect of it. She wanted to represent a series of rhythmic movements as ceramic …

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Student Break | Haitham Haddad | The Magical World of Never Land | August 8.11

When Peter Pan is your favorite movie growing up, the road for a stunning collection is a no-brainer! Haitham Haddad decided that his comfy sofa, wooden dices and leather dolls (some of his childhood memories) will inspire a collection that will bring back the innocence into our adulthood. You can sense Haitham’s attraction …

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Student Break | Gabriella Barouch | Illustrated Nonsense | July 19.11

So… as we speak I’m working on ah-mazing posts that will keep you up to date with all the talented 2011 graduates. Till then, I wanted to share with you the breathtaking work by the mega illustrator Gabriella Barouch. For her graduation project Gabriella illustrated bits of “A Book of Nonsense” by Edward …

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SketchTex | Danielle Manor | Paper Baggage | July 10.11

I’ll let you in on a little secret, Danielle Manor is one of my favorite 2011 graduates from the Textile Design Department at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design but till I write a proper post regarding her graduation project, allow me to introduce her paper world. Danielle’s bags are made out of a …

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Student Break | Lital Efraim | Indie Me | July 6.11

Give it up for Lital Efraim, the only 2011 graduate who had men in mind while designing her “SteadyBop” at the Jewelry Design Department of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. “SteadyBop” stands for Bebop and Rocksteady, the two mutants in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon series. They are also the first …

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