Spicy middle east
Working for a startup company is where i fell in love with sticky notes. Their colorfulness, their versatility, and the statement they make. So i chose to design my spice package with inspiration from my sticky friends, and their startup vibe. . I investigated. At first, I researched the shape of the sticky notes. They are square and and an easy size for writing, they are lean, like a startup. secondly, I wanted the colors to show through, so I created a window through which the package naturally reflects the vibrant colors of the spices. Lastly, I researched the world of middle eastern patterns and tried to match the colors and atmosphere to that of each spice. A very hot spice would reflect a much livelier pattern. For the package’s material I chose a compostable, eco-friendly cardboard, representative of the middle eastern culture and land. The package’s color is a neutral brown to accentuate the spice’s natural colors. The packages will stick anywhere in your kitchen, and turn it as lively and as vivid as the middle eastern they were inspired from.
Screenshot is an interactive bar application, The app combines the experience of going out to a bar in synchronization between the smartphone and the visitor's activity in the bar. The bar is surrounded by screens that dynamically present what is going on in live broadcast. Through the application, the user stays up to date, constantly exposed to new experiences and acquaintances, can order food and drinks and be in the whole partner experience, in exchange for participation, the bar rewards the customers constantly.
I made this site for abS object as part of an exercise at the company "wix". Avi is a designer and maker, working and living in Tel Aviv. About a year ago he founded objects design brand abS_objects. All of abS objects are produced in a traditional artisan way and are hand made in Tel Aviv. Every object is slightly different, which makes every object one of a kind.
created as part of a collaborative educational program, the three ‘disruption jackets’ are inspired by the difficulties in communication between Chinese and Israeli students at shenkar college, Israel and yale university, the US. the black and white denim is covered with letters and words falling apart.
Some of the logos that I made
Baking Products being a very basic substance. I compared it to Art. Any being can make art, as any being can create something as basic from baking products. I chose the Bauhaus era. A time that was identified with basic colors and shapes, including the font that was identified and used at that time. Various products have added printed informative knowledge at this time. Vertical and Horizontal graphic art was common use during those years. The topography was all designed and based on these shapes. Each color represents a product with a different flavor and Each shape represents a family group. The shape changes its form as the product becomes more complex. My starting point was the Wheat, flour group. I branched out from that starting point creating a language.
A Hebrew font course which includes all the symbols and numbers. I inspired by a biblical old logo I saw, And from there the font developed.
Welcome to the Witchfest festival! A festival in which witches unite in order to discuss the latest magic trends, trade secrets, and eat some nice cookies. All in a a macabre yet stylish way, as fit for a ghastly event such as this! Explore this responsive site in order to find a map of stars guiding you to the event location, instructions on how to get an uber broom, and send invitations to different friends.
A protest Begin with one human this is a catalog dealing with protests. the catalog is an introduction to the term "protest". The many different shades and layers this term contains. The catalog engages in a trial to see the many shades and layers of the word from the visual point of view. The colors that are bound together on the different billboards exposed in protests. The end focuses on the contrast between the individual as to the masses in a composition.
we were asked to redesign the Prosthetic hand and try to think about what can we be improved and renewed of the product. there an ascetic problem in the product. and it is not cynical for the older audience who wants to show more elements and even festive. our main goal was to create a product that is not only functional but also used as a fashion item. we wanna to express the user experience which takes part in the production process until the product reaches the consumer home.