Corn on the Cob

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“Who doesn’t know Ofir?
Ofir loves to sing and play
And on a hot summer’s day –
Likes corn on the cob for an entrée.”

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Designers Yael Tevet and Roey Roth are graduates of the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and specialize in designing “total experiences” and interdisciplinary works. They created a gorgeous sculpture of an enormous corncob next to a weather vane featuring the beloved figures of Ofir, Liron and their friends, along with wind chimes that tinkle pleasantly.
The work was inspired by the beloved children’s book Corn on the Cob, that was written by the well-known children’s author and one of the founders of Kibbutz Shaar Hagolan, Miriam Roth, and illustrated by Ora Eyal. The sculptures were installed in the entrance and central courtyard of the Klein Community Center in the Tel Giborim neighborhood.

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Designers Yael Tevet and Roey Roth are graduates of the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and specialize in designing “total experiences” and interdisciplinary works. They created a gorgeous sculpture of an enormous corncob next to a weather vane featuring the beloved figures of Ofir, Liron and their friends, along with wind chimes that tinkle pleasantly.
The work was inspired by the beloved children’s book Corn on the Cob, that was written by the well-known children’s author and one of the founders of Kibbutz Shaar Hagolan, Miriam Roth, and illustrated by Ora Eyal. The sculptures were installed in the entrance and central courtyard of the Klein Community Center in the Tel Giborim neighborhood.

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“Who doesn’t know Ofir?
Ofir loves to sing and play
And on a hot summer’s day –
Likes corn on the cob for an entrée.”

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