Mia Mélange | Drawing Lines Like No Other | January 8.15

Whenever I receive an email from one of Shenkar College‘s textile design graduates, my heart skips a beat. I have such a soft spot for this wonderful department… Anyways, I’m only telling you this because when Mia Danieli, the one behind Mia Mélange, wrote me about her new collections, I wasn’t expecting to see ceramic …

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Studio ONEandMANY | Calculated Splashes of Black | February 14.14

When you fall in love with a designer, you always re-visit his kingdom in hoping to find new treasures. At least that’s how I roll. I’ve been following Yaara Landau-Katz’s (aka studio ONEandMANY) design steps since I first stumbled upon her graduation project back in 2012. Yaara was an industrial design student, who simply enjoyed …

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Shopping Break | Flatware on My Mind | January 24.14

Soon we will be moving to our new apartment. I’m sure it’s gonna take a little while to adjust but if there is one thing I’m really excited about is the possibilities this move hold when it come to decoration. I’m sure you gonna hear a lot about my wish list but first, let’s talk …

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Kukka | When Industrial Designer Finds The Perfect Illustrator | December 9.13

When an industrial designer teams up with an illustrator it’s twice the fun! Rona Meyuchas, the Israeli power house behind Kukka, teamed up with the young British illustrator Will Haywood and together they created a world of bold graphics and yummy colors. Their tube trays and tea towels brought so much joy to my computer …

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Student Break | Yaara Landau | Changing Forms | August 7.12

When you know, you know! The minute I stumbled upon Yaara Landau’s ceramic zone, at the Shenkar College graduate show, I knew that I’m on to something really special. So special, that I’ll be waiting for the mass production version! Yaara’s ability to create a unified formal language, while playing with different compositions, …

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