Ziv Schneider is an artist and designer working with new and emerging technologies, often in the context of non-fiction storytelling and cultural preservation. She is an alum, former research fellow and sometimes lecturer at NYU ITP. Her work has been showcased internationally in festivals and museums including IDFA Doc Lab, MIT, Sotheby's, Queens Museum, and Futurium Berlin. Residencies and fellowships include the Economist Media Lab, NYFA and Pioneer Works.



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Holon, city of children 


A poster commissioned by Re-Levant Studio. The Studio re-branded the wonderful city of Holon, a central Israeli city that puts a focus on design and on children. The logo they created plays with basic geometric shapes that also resemble parts of the city.
They turned to young graphic designers, including myself, to give their interpretation of their logo, for a poster that will be presented on billboards across the city. I chose to play with the shapes and make tools for kids and adults to create with.

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