Typography
 

Avraham Cornfeld and Didi Kfir | Alef, Bet, Gimel aka ABC | March 15.13

I’ve been following Avraham Cornfeld’s footsteps for quite a long time (since he graduated back in 2010 to be exact). This guy has a special and unstoppable drive and he does it all (some Hebrew friendly examples like: alefalefalef, Untitled, backtomenu and not to forget his artistic side as a photographer…) Anyways, next …

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One On One Break | Liron Lavi Turkenich | More Than Words | September 27.12

It’s no secret that I have a thing for typography, in fact in my graduation project I designed Identity, a font built out of Hebrew and Arabic type faces in order to create one cohesive language. But, enought about me, Liron Lavi, a graduate of the Shenkar College, had the same idea in …

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UnaUna | The Greek Collection | Typographic Shoes | June 20.10

I have a feeling that I’m gonna write about UnaUna’s each and every collection. This time, their Greek Collection is accompanied with a brilliant catalog designed by Lital Cohen from the 3bears studio. Almog and Mira, you have done it again! Love your concept, love your shoes, love it all! {Photos by Guy …

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Student Break | The Logo Game | May 11.10

As a typography addict, I think that this exercise is genius! How I miss my typography classes… Oded Ezer’s students, at the Visual Communications Design Department of Holon Institute of Technology, got an assignment to translate Latin logos into Hebrew keeping the essence of the original design. What a fun exercise! I’m loving …

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