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Naama Hofman and Dikla Ben Ari create 009 Light Objects

July 19, 2013

A series of intriguing silk-screened Tyvek light objects have been designed by Lighting designer Naama Hofman and textile designer Dikla Ben Ari

A series of intriguing silk-screened Tyvek light objects have been designed by Lighting designer Naama Hofman and textile designer Dikla Ben Ari. Every 009 piece is made using a free hand technique so each print is one of a kind and can not be duplicated. The objects can be seen as both art pieces and lighting and combine both bright colour and light.

Photos by Yael Engelhart

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