I'm a 35 years old industrial designer from Jerusalem, Israel, who also do photography, graphic design, DJing, writing, toys inventing and entrepreneurship. During the last years my works have been exhibited in tens of different exhibitions, festivals and public events - in Israel and abroad - and were published in various design and photography magazines, such as Domus, Designboom, Design Wanted, Design Milk, Inhabitat, Notcot, Axis, BVD, IDEAT, Street Hunters and more.
I hold both bachelor and master degrees in industrial design from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem; I’m a graduate of the Keter Plastic's "d-Vision" internship program, and a former research associate in the EU's DESURBS security project. Currently I'm the manager of the Hansen FabLab in Hansen House, Jerusalem, and associate lecturer in the toy invention program in Shenkar College for Engineering, Design and Art, Ramat-Gan.
As a freelancer I mainly do product design works, prototyping, electronics (Arduino platform, IoT solutions and such) and simple mechanisms. I also do a bit of graphic design (logos, UX/UI), special events and studio photography, and consulting for inventors and entrepreneurs in the field of retailing. In complex projects I often collaborate with my dad - Izchak Zobel - who is a brilliant electronic engineer, handyman and partner.
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