‘My Job Is to Make People Happy’: An Israeli Textile Designer's Colorful Antidote to the Pandemic Blues

The coronavirus made textile designer Naama Ben Moshe fearful that she was no longer needed. So she set out to create a collection that injects color and vitality into days of lockdown and worry

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Naama Ben Moshe. “The more serious the coronavirus epidemic becomes, the more colorful my work becomes.”
Naama Ben Moshe. “The more serious the coronavirus epidemic becomes, the more colorful my work becomes.” Credit: Meged Gozani
Avshalom Halutz
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Naama Ben Moshe's Genesis collection.Credit: David Seth
Naama Ben Moshe's work “The Savage,” exhibited at Jerusalem Design Week. Credit: Yana Friedman
Naama Ben Moshe.
Naama Ben Moshe's works. Credit: Naama Ben Moshe

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