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Garbage and the City

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in Featured, Gallery | 1 comment

Garbage and the City

The objective of these image diaries is to show everyday situations in the town I live in, Tel Aviv. Perhaps you will see some similarities in your city! Here is a selection of pictures of garbage in the city. The way garbage is treated, by the individual and the municipality, is unworthy of a nation, which prides itself for her leading role in the IT-industry. This might be the reason garbage is neglected in the High-Tech nation of Israel, because Garbage and the disposal of it is not enough...

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Nesseq On-line Shop

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Featured | 0 comments

Nesseq On-line Shop

Just the other week I opened the 0n-line shop of Nesseq.com. Here I want to exhibit my work. I only sell what I personally produce.  At the beginning it is necklaces made of Resin. Necklace implies some sort of Jewelry. My necklaces are not just Jewelry, my necklaces are ready to wear art. This is not Jewelry, this is a Statement! In the future I’ll go into full scale art and design. The proceeds will eventually help me to finance some practical projects, like a model of a TOTEM (Total...

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Sun, Sea and Easy Living!

Posted by on Dec 6, 2012 in Featured, Water | 3 comments

Sun, Sea and Easy Living!

All during the last spring and summer I have taken leave from writing for Nesseq.com, but it does not mean that I’ve been just lazy. Actually I prepared an article, called Beach Live and I shot lots of pictures for it. But somehow I didn’t publish it. Perhaps the topic is a little off-season now, still the next summer will surly come and perhaps we could think about some solutions for the problems mentioned here. I know more people who feel uncomfortable in the mountains than people...

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Modern Times and Plastic

Posted by on Mar 6, 2011 in Sustainability | 2 comments

Modern Times and Plastic

Modern times is without plastic unimaginable. Anyone reading this web page, sits in front of a computer. Which, for the most part, is made of plastics. Plastic is found in every area of life of people, at work and at home. Plastic has, without doubt, crucial advantages compared to other materials. Crude oil is the raw material and can be used cheaply and varied. Plastic has a long life. Left to itself, it rots in about 300 years. In contrast, wood needs plenty of living space and needs decades...

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What A Beautiful Day

Posted by on Feb 20, 2011 in Memos | 2 comments

What A Beautiful Day

After a couple of cold days, full of rain and wind, the sun shines again. In the afternoon I took a walk on the shore. At such a day, Louis Armstrong (1) must have decided to record the song What a Wonderful World. The sea is not as angry as it was just yesterday. Still the waves were quiet high and powerful.   At the entrance of the old port, I leaned over the balustrade. The sun warmed my back and from the front it was windy and fresh. It was a glorious day. The arrival of spring was...

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