Posts Tagged ‘Industrial Design

By SUDINmag | Tweet Cover of Shulayim The publication “Fringes – Jewish Art as an Israeli Periphery” is a continuation of a series of publications published under the auspices of the Leiber Center of Bar-Ilan University. The series focuses on research and documentation of contemporary Jewish art discourse in Israel. The series in general, and […]

Ancient City and Modern Issues Explored with Design By Core77 | Tweet The “Time 02” exhibition, currently on show in a decommisioned leprosy hospital, is intended as a platform for young Isreali design talent to explore the historic legacy and present realities of the city. The “Jerusalem Clock”, pictured above—by designers Atar Brosh, Merav Schnaps […]

Concrete Creations

2, Dec 2010

Israeli artist rethinks the menorah with a nontraditional material. By SUDINmag | December 2, 2010 | Tweet We interviewed Marit Meisler of ceMMent Design in Jaffa, Israel, to hear her thoughts on contemporary menorahs, her designs, and how everything fits together. The menorah has been redesigned a million and one times. What challenges arise when […]

Dreidel Designs

1, Dec 2010

Originally posted on WNYC | The Art of the Dreidel By Marlon Bishop: WNYC Culture Producer Tweet The “Space Age Dreidel,” designed by Michael Berkowicz and Bonnie Srolovitz-Berkowicz. In the permanent collection at the Jewish Museum. Hanukkah begins today at sundown, and for most kids that means just one thing: lots and lots of dreidels. […]

Bagels & Co. Upper West Side Partners with Local Artist to Launch Hanukkah Contest – Artist of winning menorah design to receive $200 cash prize – New York, October 14, 2010 – Bagels & Co., located in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, has teamed up with local artist, Andrea Strongwater, to launch a menorah design contest […]