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    More about Studio Wallaby

    Shelly Agronin of Studio Wallaby graduated from the Industrial Design department at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem (2004). Since then she has been working for leading design studios and developed a wide range of products for companies in Israel and abroad.

    Her passion is to shift an average object through design and to create fascinating experiences that connect emotionally. Shapes, technologies, and styling appeal to her. From this alchemy comes her creativity, and the ability to provide smart solutions. 

    Throughout her career, she worked on cross-disciplinary teams, with engineers, graphic designers, and marketing teams in a wide range of categories: from consumer electronics to jewelry; from mass production consumer plastic items to niche one-offs, from idea to product.
     

    Shelly’s favorite technology in the last decade was metal bending. Even after the development of hundreds of products, the process of transition from two-dimensional layout to a three-dimensional product amazed her every time a new. Through Wallaby's folding products she wants to share this experience with her customers.

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    Shirlee N.
    Amazing Menorah to take with you anywhere!

    I am so excited to use this menorah in 2021.
    Chanukah will be wonderful - wherever we are!

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    Jennie Q.

    Flat Modern Hamsa Hanukkiah

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    Nancy S.
    Looks great but doesn't function well

    What a lovely Chanukah menorah. Unfortunately, after the second night of the holiday, we returned it. Although we have slender candles, the only way to get them into the holes was to turn them back and forth in a half-circle motion until a dent formed. I couldn't do it myself. My husband did it but broke 2 candles trying.