The “not for sale” souvenir shop – a series of humorous products related to the Israeli experience and the local BAUHAUS by Shaul Cohen.
This project will be shown in the coming BAUNOW | New Perspectives Exhibition, Celebrating 100 Years of Bauhaus
The opening event of the exhibition will take place on 15-08 19:00 at Hansen House in Jerusalem.
Shaul Cohen, designer and graduate of the Master’s Program in Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem in the About design track, created The “not for sale” souvenir shop – a series of humorous products related to the Israeli experience and the local BAUHAUS.
As part of the product line, Saul created a series of white boxes containing 3D printed objects and stickers. Everything needed to make your own Israeli Bauhaus building! Balconies, air conditioners, boilers, plants, laundry cables and more. What will you put on your Bauhaus?
“BAUHAUS is a common base of cultural knowledge for a large group of people. As such, it provides me with an opportunity to design funny products that everyone will understand and be able to identify with.” Says Shaul
The BAUNOW project is a collaboration between the Master’s Program in Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem & Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Dessau and is supported by a grant from the The German-Israeli Future Forum and Hansen House, Jerusalem.