Wednesday, 20 December 2017

 "Chai" is the word is made up of two letters of the Hebrew alphabet - Chet (ח‬) and Yod (י‬), forming the word "chai", meaning "alive", or "living". The most common spelling in Latin script is "Chai", but the word is occasionally also spelled "Hai". The usual modern pronunciation of this word is [χai̯], while a transcription of the Biblical and Mishnaic pronunciation would have likely been [ħai̯] (with a pharyngeal consonant).
(from Wikipedia)

Actually it may work also as "Chailights", "Chai-Fi" etc...

Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Guess the song : )

An impossible "Escher -like" relationships between shoes and shadows.

Visual expression for someone who has "diarea" i.e. can't stop write in the diary : )

Guess the song : )

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

אחלה שם לחנות תופים : )

Here I need some explanation. "Mashu Tof" sounds like "Mashu Tov" that means "Something good". And "Tof" means "Drum". So, it may be an excellent name for Drum Store (if the owner is bold enough :)

מסעדה איטלקית לאלה שלא כל-כך אכפת להם : )

"Ha Lazania Sheli" ("My Lazania") sounds almost like "Al Ha Zain Sheli" which  means "I don't care", but.....literally means "on my penis". So, it may be an excellent name for some restaurant......but actually I can't imagine the person who would give to his/her restaurant name like this : )

Monday, 24 February 2014

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Stay tuned

Good for classic culture and adults TV channels

Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Logo for herring

Shlemazol - "Lucky" tablets!

Tablets that improve your "lucky" features. Shlemazel is an extremely unlucky person in Yiddish : )

Friday, 18 December 2009

Paid Trafic Light

Traffic light with option to pay if you want to cross the road immediately.

Your eyes don't lie, it's realy 75%

"Incredible" discount or whatever that made in the form of Ishihara color test, but in black and white, so that color blinds can read it too.

"Incredibly cheap" caviar.

Sunday, 29 November 2009

Extra Fresh Chewing Gum

Extra fresh chewing gum in the shape of garlic.

Tuesday, 8 September 2009

The idea is to replace numbers by other signs on numbered tag in queue. It makes the waiting process much more exciting

Thursday, 30 July 2009

Friday, 24 July 2009


Pedal device with 3 hot keys. The purpose is to free the hands of user and let the legs make an automatic work. By default it may be Ctrl, Alt and Shift, but user may change it according to his (her) needs. For example, F6, F8 and F5 for flash animators. It may be extremely useful for stop motion animators. Digital musicians for sure will find the use for this device. Or it's just may be useful for "difficult" shortcuts, such as Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S.

Wednesday, 22 July 2009

אחלה שם לבית-קפה, נגיד, בעפולה

Some explanation. "Cos Ha-Emek" ("The Cup of the Valley") sounds like "Cus Emek" which is strong swearing in Hebrew. I won't translate it literally but it refers to definite part of one's mother's body.
In Conclusion : Great name for coffee shop somewhere in Afula, the city placed in lowland region of Israel : )

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Graphic Element for Feminist Organization

This graphic element may suite any feminist organization and may be used as logo. Best works with slogan such as "Feminism spoken here", "This is what a feminist looks like" etc.

Chookies (Checkers+Cookies)