Gazoz israeli museum
Branding of "Gazoz Museum of Israeli culture" The colors used are of the Mediterranean sands, sea, and sun. I was inspired by the amount of stickers that vary, represent and express, the multitude of cultural connections in Israel. My design is based on the informative, somewhat boring and mundane side of the Museum in contrast of the sassy, unpretentious Israeli side that's glued on layers and layers of different views and expressive ideas. I chose a naked cement wall that in my view symbolizes true and hard israeliness.
The Chocolate, and the process it undergoes from seed to product, reminds me a lot of the process of a rock growing. Both start from nature as raw materials and end up a beautiful finished product. I chose a color pallete that reminds me of the desert view and decided to use basic and organic shapes to create a wild abstract. In order to give the package a postcard feel I’ve added rock textures and information about different mines on the back.
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.
Poster, postcard and cigar as an icon called ׳Pablo Escobar׳. The design plays with the colors of black and white, In all aspects and represents both sides of Escobar. On one hand, the evil personality, and on the other hand the one who supports the poor people. The guns are like the wings of angels.
Confession Night is one day a year, the longest night in which we confess our sins, and continue to celebrate life. The confessional process takes place from the dark until the next day, a process in which one confesses to another in the world. The boutique is located in major cities around the world, such as New York, Tel Aviv, Berlin and more, and provides an opportunity to confess your sins regardless of religion, race or gender. The language takes inspiration from the nightlife, the neons, the urbanism, and on the other side from the worlds of the church and the vitrage, which delineate the language. The idea comes from Maha Shivarti in India, where they celebrate the longest night of the year and invite Lord Shiva to wash away evil and the old and make room for growth and renewal.
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.
Visitt is a web platform dedicated to supervising routine-maintenance inspections; providing inspectors in the field and contractors alike a full suite of control over facility maintenance. Visitt enables a more effective workflow through consolidation of all different levels of maintenance hierarchy.
Clippy is a platform a social network that 's based on video realms and creates clips that personally coordinate word connections to videos.
Logotype for fashion designer
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.