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I can’t find a better word than “amazed” but maybe “grateful” would do.
Finally, I got to creating my first NFT's
Month after month I see my designs being dressed on beautiful humans and used to present the brand I work
A new project, updated daily
It's been a (too) long time since I updated the blog so only an eclectic post would do good
Two days in a visual paradise, from welcoming the sun at an abandoned soviet monument to an amazing (real) Minecraft
A weekend of driving with friends and motivation to see as much as possible.
Have to admit it turned out pretty
Well, my kid asked for a memory game - the challenge was accepted.
"To spice things up there was a bug that prevented me from saving new GIFs"
an old project never seen the
Finally find the time to finish the long-lasting helmet project.
Every time I play with something physical, a 3D shaped object I discover something new. This time I tested new
I think the only way I can describe this weekend is with long words written inside the post
Once, they drove trough an ever-green forest to reach the house
As it seems, the Chernobyl matter still hits the headlines and I was invited to another morning show, Channel 12
As I sit and dive deep into design, a whatsapp massage wakes me up – a photo shows a descent
A quite necessary 3 days of decompression after a decent dose of Chernobyl with a nuclear research bunker, Great restaurant
The visit in Hanson house, as a part of the Jerusalem Design week was great in two ways: The exhibits
Have to admit it felt amazing!
I never would have thought to get that amount of coverage, but I guess the
Mixed emotions, is the best way to describe being 3 days in the zone.
This “arrange-everything-in-one-place” thing had to come eventually, so from now on, I’ll try to combine all of my worlds here.