Great Chair and Ottoman

Wow, love this RED chair and ottoman. 


The chair practically reaches out to grab you.


And the ottoman is an almost perfect ball. 


Like two pieces that were made to be together. 


You can’t help but sit down, get comfortable, and have the best rest of your life!  😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

The Tavor

Love my new keychain with the Tavor.


It’s the latest Assault Rifle by Israel Weapon Industries.


The short stock makes this very versatile yet it packs a hell lot of fire power.


Good reminder for me of “Never again!” 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal, and thank you to my son-in-law for the thoughtful gift)

Majestic Architecture of Department of Commerce

Some beautiful architecture at the Department of Commerce. 

The Herbert C. Hoover Building (HCHB). 

They don’t make them like they used to. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Party Balloons!

Now those are some party balloons!


Really, they are part of an exhibit from the Hirshhorn Museum.


But boy do they make a statement.


Big, pink, and with polka dots.


They are the king of the party. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Boom Boom Coffee Table

What an awesome living room coffee table. 


Superhero effects. 


Big BOOM!


With explosive rays and cloud formations.


This is a definite standout in Tel Aviv showroom. 


Very colorful, exciting design, and with all the intended impact. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Israel 2020: Day 5

Went to the Holon Design Museum (south of Tel Aviv) today. 


They had exhibit called States of Extreme.


I found some really cool exhibits and ideas there.


Sort of felt my mind being expanded by it, which is I suppose one of the purposes of going to this. 


Two of my favorite from today:


1) The chair with people legs and 


2) The Fanuc robotic arm feeding the baby in the crib.

Hope you enjoy these as much as I did. 


And Shabbat Shalom to everyone from the Holy Land!


(Credit Photos: Andy Blumenthal)

Street Art Wow

Some street art just makes you stop and say wow!


This mural on the side of a building in Philadelphia is just amazing. 


It takes a regular street (even next to an abandoned lot) and makes it eye-popping. 


Some people seem to walk by and not even notice. 


I’m not sure how. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)