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Michal Taharlev | A Sea Of Delicate Threads Turn Into Wearable Beauties | July 1.15

You guys, I’m still alive. Not as productive online (hopefully it will change soon enough), but if there is one place I try to be more visible, it’s my Instagram account (not to mention, checking my feed @#%$ times a day). Anyways, I’m only sharing this because Instagram is where I first stumbled upon Michal …

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Interview | Swift Textiles | Mixing Modern and Tradition Creates Magic | July 15.14

It’s no secret that Textile has been one of my greatest discoveries since starting my DesignBreak journey almost five years ago… Back than I knew nothing about it, but little by little I discovered so many young talented designers, who make this tiny Israeli scene much more exciting let alone beautiful and vibrant. Michal Fierstein …

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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 | Natalie Walker | Textile Talk | August 23.12

At first, it wasn’t easy to look at Natalie Walker’s “Me as a Line” textiles. There was something disturbing and dark that scared me, but once I conquered my fear, I was mesmerized by the beautiful prints and colors. Natalie began her process by trying to imitate organic materials such as wood and …

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