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Student Break | Shmulik Doron | Shiny Happy (Tiny) Creatures | September 12.14

As it turns out, Shmulik Doron and I have something in common. Our imagination tends to work overtime and therefore we spot faces even on still objects. Life is so much fun that way, I can promise you that much. Anyway, back to Shmulik. He is a super fresh graduate out of the Industrial Design …

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Student Break | Ravit Tzadik | Wood in Motion | August 21.14

Whenever I spot a jewelry collection in the midst of an Industrial Design Graduate Show, I miss a beat. And this time was no different. Ravit Tzadik a brand new graduate out of the Industrial Design Department at the Holon Institute of Technology, is the one behind Wood in Motion. In her “twisted” collection, Ravit …

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Student Break | Aviram Cohen Sityon | Concrete Dreams | August 20.14

Usually I don’t explore the graduate projects that come out of the Interior Design Departments. I guess there is always a first time for everything and this time it was Aviram Cohen Sityon who proved me wrong. Aviram, a fresh graduate out of the Holon Institute of Technology, dedicated time to creating a new kind …

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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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Student Break | Michal Meshulam | Families. Sometimes It’s Not Pretty | August 21.13

The Jewish holidays are just around the corner and with that comes lots of family dinners and gatherings. I often wonder about how it would feel like to enter unfamiliar territory, an unfamiliar family and experience it all with them. Since you can’t judge a book by it’s cover, I guess you can’t judge a …

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Student Break | Danielle Aiber | Embroidering Away | August 12.13

It seems like so many people around me know how to create an embroidery. And me? I’m so not good at it! To be honest, I’m such a terrible crafter. When I first stumbled upon Danielle Aiber’s Embroidered furniture I fell in love with the color combination of the threads and then… I fell in …

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Student Break | Hadar Glick | And Then They Where Six (Vases) | October 15.12

A loss is always a loss. Hadar Glick designed a series of six vases, each deals with the emotions that revolves around memory and loss. “In contrast to flowers, which wither and fade away with time, the vases are constant and serve as an eternal testimony of our memories.” Hadar’s goal was to …

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Student Break | Leetal Rivlin | Dancing With The Sand | July 30.12

At the beginning of the year, I wrote about Leetal Rivlin’s sandy bowls. Fast forward and six months later, Leetal graduated out of the Industrial Design Department at the Holon Institute of Technology, with a bunch of super stunning bowls and vases down her sleeve. Since I last heard from her, Leetal kept …

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Student Break | Dana Bachar | Feel Your Felt | September 19.11

Felt. I’m starting to have an instant crush for just about any felt related design. It’s kinda insane but at least I’m aware of it. They say it’s the first step to admit it, right? Dana Bachar, a 2011 graduate of the Industrial Design Department at the Holon Institute of Technology, designed a …

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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 | Holy Land Souvenirs | October 7.10

Next week, during ?Lodz’s International Design Festival, you can visit the “Holy Land Souvenirs” exhibition by students of the industrial design department at H.I.T. Holon Institute of Technology, Israel. “In the various projects displayed in this exhibition the young designers were asked to refer to various aspects in Israel and to create a …

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Student Break | Isaac Eskayo | ConnecToy | August 11.10

Isaac is a 2010 graduate of the Industrial Design Department at the Holon Institute of Technology. ConnecToys are toys based on connections between different materials. The toys are a result of research that focussed on how materials can be connected, disconnected and create movement. www.eskayodesign.com

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