Jewelry
 

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 | Margarita Rudinshtein | It’s A Battlefield of Emotions | February 10.14

Pounding Memories is Margarita Rudinshtein’s 2013 graduation project out of the of the Jewelry Design Department at the Shenkar College. In Margarita’s jewelry the metal remembers everything and tells the story of the process and rebirth. While the material goes through a severe trauma, the end result is a series of intriguing objects, that make …

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World Break | Goutte De Terre | Royal Ceramics | February 6.14

The minute I was introduced to the world of ceramic jewelry (thanks to Daniel Zelig, I couldn’t get enough of it! This morning when I stumbled upon Goutte De Terre‘s white and gold beauties, I couldn’t find the strength in me to wait yet another minute before telling you about it. Raphaël Schaltegger, is the …

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Student Break | Galit Barak | A Hidden World Within A Line | October 18.13

Galit Barak isn’t afraid to feel and speak about her fears and pains through her jewelry. And this time with her graduate collection out of the Jewelry Design Department at the Shenkar College is no different. In [don't] Cast Me Away, Galit explores the gap between the preservation of the aged body by society and …

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Student Break | Elina Gleizer | The Bionic Woman | September 12.13

I have a feeling that Elina Gleizer had the bionic woman in mind while designing her Alter Self graduate collection. Elina says that she was inspired by human anatomy. And to be exact, the human body and it’s curves. Each and every accessory fits perfectly and compliments a different body part and a different joint. …

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