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Talia Mukmel | Creating A Brand New Past | June 14.17

Everywhere I turn, I see a S’well water bottle. Seriously! It’s such a craze… BUT, I’m here to tell you about a different kind of a water bottle. It’s the kind of bottle that holds within: past, present, earthiness, art and modern, at the same time. I’m talking about Talia Mukmel’s Revolve bottles. A collaboration …

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World Break | Design + Conquer Jewelry | Jukebox Madness | October 12.11

For her brand new collection, Morgan Mallett aka Design + Conquer Jewelery, followed the beat of electronic music. How brilliant is that! I can imagine Morgan dancing around her studio, transforming her dance moves into work of art. Who can argue with the sound of music mixed with neon touch?! And the most …

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Malinca | Mali Hollander | Frozen Color | May 15.11

Mali Hollander is a recent graduates of the Textile Design Department at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. Since graduating, Mali worked on developing a unique textile material, which gives her the freedom to play with endless varieties of textures and colors. As Mali points out, her textures look like frozen color …

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Student Break | Shahar Kagan | PlasticLab | August 4.10

PlasticLab is all about the side effects and failures of the plastic industry. Shahar’s journey started with Hans Christian Anderson’s the “steadfast tin soldier” and ended with his investigation of errors in manufacturing. I don’t know if it’s just me but I feel like each lamp is some kind of little creature frozen …

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Student Break | Noga Manor | TENSILE | September 22.09

Noga is a 2009 Graduate of the Industrial Design Department of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. Noga designed lighting fixtures that combine special plastic elements manufactured using technology she developed. “I developed a unique method of processing polymers which creates plastic objects that are, in form, truly organic. In the process there …

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