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Miki Mottes | The Rabtus Exchange Program | October 24.13

If you’ve been here for a while, yo probably know that I’m a big fan of Miki Mottes and his illustrated character, Rabtus. Rabtus is a green rabbitcactus, who usually appears alongside Cumber (a friendly cucumber). Miki decided that it was time to spice things up and so turned to 40 talented illustrators from over …

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Clowns & Crowns | A Whimsical Journey of Dots and Lines | October 21.13

Whenever I hear about a new stationary line I need to check it out so… When Liat Summerfield shared with me her Clowns & Crowns collection I was intrigued. First by the super fun and charming name and then by the whimsical illustrations. With this new adventure, Liat draws thousands of dots and lines in …

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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 | Didi Kfir | Tel Aviv Like You’ve Never Seen Before | August 15.13

Have you ever wondered about all the people that streets were named after them? I sure do. That was the starting point of Didi Kfir and her Tel-Aviv – Travel Book. “Tel-Aviv – Travel Book offers three different routes to walk through the streets of the city. Each route offers random encounters with the many …

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