Car, coffee maker or CT scanner, Alex Padwa’s objects seem intended above all to get us to say: ‘That’s what I want’
This year’s Fresh Paint fair in presents another test for the Fresh Design pavilion.
A new exhibition showcasing the work of children’s book illustrators proves illuminating about how Israel and its people have been represented (or not).
Instead of sinking into depression after a sports injury, Yoav Litvin began talking long walks through his adopted city and photographing street art. His book, 'Outdoor Gallery: New York City,' documents his journey.
Rossello Shmaria's unique life story is only matched by his designer bags, now selling in museum shops.
An intriguing encounter between works by Israeli artists and gorgeous glazed pottery from 17th- and 18th-century Holland takes place in an exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Hungarian-born Pesach Ir-Shay impressed his birth-country with his modernist posters.
The works by Attai Chen, now on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, tackle this question.
The American identical twin artists unveil a new installation at the Israel Museum.
Glenn Adamson of the Museum of Arts & Design tells on getting homo sapiens back into the spirit of making.
A new exhibition of the work of veteran Israeli fabric designer Neora Warshavsky seeks to restore honor to her and her profession, which she says is ranked unjustly low in the fashion hierarchy.
'Journeys' at the Israel Museum's youth wing is a thought-provoking exhibition that will appeal to viewers of all ages.
Rutu Modan’s 'The Property’ tells the story of a woman’s trip to Poland with her granddaughter after the Holocaust.
A new book by Iris Fishof asks that question by looking at the history of the local industry, up to the politicized current scene
Award-winning illustrator Merav Salomon hopes her new book about the hardships of long partnerships can pave the way for adult picture books in Israel.
FabLab Israel in Holon is part of a global network of laboratories that link the computer revolution with design and architecture.
Rutu Modan and Yirmi Pinkus bring their flair for the graphic to a new children's publishing house, Noah's Library.
Cups for Coca Cola, e-cigarettes and a super-thin kids’ potty are just some of the designs from the Tenenbaum Hazan studio.
Five new department heads take on new positions at Israel's top four academic schools of design.
How does handwork apply to a design studio that deals mostly with technology? What’s wrong with Apple? A conversation with Gadi Amit of NewDealDesign, which won a U.S. National Design Award last month
As an exhibition of her etchings goes on show in Florence, Shamir reveals why she draws the line at modern techniques.
The shift Duchamp made from the hand to the head was revolutionary: no longer was the artist’s hand at the center of things, but the head, the idea.
A look at the collaborative exhibit at Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria.
A new photography book provides a unique look at the private lives of Iranians, inviting visitors into their living rooms.
Ron Gilad's one-artist show at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art casts everyday objects in a whole new light.
The Gallery’s top 10 design graduates of 2013, and the concepts behind their final projects.
On June 19, a solo exhibition by Israeli-British artist, designer and architect Ron Arad will open at the Design Museum Holon.
With some help from Microsoft, young Israeli app developers are coached to consider consumers rather than code.
The Fresh Paint art festival is ignoring the protests of art purists and officially featuring design for the first time in its successful five-year history.
Why does big business need designers and where do farmers come into it? Ezri Tarazi explains in his new book.