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Shahar Kagan | Paint Leftovers and Second Lives | September 16.13

I first wrote about Shahar Kagan and his PlasticLab back in 2010. Back then he was a brand new graduate, and now… Three years have gone by and this guy is still playing with research, design, recycling and everything in between. The Fossil Project is Shahar’s newest project, which deals with paint leftovers and giving …

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Student Break | Tom Bendkovsky | Barking Furniture But In a Cute Way | September 6.13

Have you ever owned a dog? Or maybe you have one now? I’m one of those who never had a pet in their lives. To be honest, to this day, I’m a bit scared of dogs. So let’s all treat this dog friendly post as a therapy post. OK? Hosting Hounds is Tom Bendkovsky’s graduation …

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Mishmaacool + Tag.me.not | Sometimes, Even Materials Have a Sense of Humor! | July 13.13

Usually industrial designers that I talk to say that they like to stick to their initial sketches and don’t like to be surprised side effects of materials. And then came Mishmaacool (aka Ohad Benit) and Tag.me.not (aka Atar Brosh) and together they created the 50% Control Stool. The two decided to challenge themselves and began …

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Student Break | Noam Tabenkin | Dr. Furniture | November 22.12

I’ve been meaning to write about Noam Tabenkin’s Furniture Hospital since 2010. Crazy but true… Who would have thought that two years can go by so quickly?! Anyways, there is no way two little years will stand between me and writing a post regarding this spot on concept… In her graduation project Noam …

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Student Break | Yael Tandler | Baked Concrete | November 18.12

There is something quite interesting about the way Yael Tandler treats concrete as everyday dough. I mean, it’s obvious that you can knead it, but wanting to create unique objects while leaving the outcome to the force of gravity is not an easy decision for the common designer. For Yael it’s “a story …

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