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A Craftsman Creating

About - Lev Shneiderman

Best Modern Judaica design

Best Modern Judaica Design

Lev Shneiderman is a craftsman designer living in Israel. Fusing handwork with modern techniques Lev designs the Best modern Judaica design and creates original products from scratch using different materials such as stainless steel, Aluminum, and many more.

Lev opened his design studio in 1997 in the hushed desert sands of Israel`s Negev. His
Best modern Judaica design are a blend of the creative and mystical forces on this earth. Functional yet touchingly surprising. Simple yet imbued with passion.

Lev learned his craftsmanship skills in some of the best schools in the former Soviet Union. Upon coming to Israel, he yearned to give shape and form to his beliefs and ideals. Lev brings his masterful craftsmanship to bear, imbuing his designs with profound artistry and functionality.

Lev`s art was acknowledged by Israeli government offices and was presented as a gift to government guests as Nikola Sarkozy & Angela Merkel at several ceremonies and event.

Among Lev's customers you can find well-known Israeli institutions such as the Tel-Aviv University, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Bar-Ilan University, Ariel University, Sapir College, The office of the Commander-in-Chief of the Israel Defense Forces, Soroka Medical Center, Tel Aviv Yafo municipality, the house of the President of the State of Israel, The "Knesset" (the unicameral national legislature of Israel), Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael, Adanim Youth Village and many more.

VIP Gifts


German Chancellor Angela Merke on her official visit to Israel, March 2008. Honored with a gift presented by Dalia Itzik speaker of the Knesset.


TAU president Prof Klafter presents Tsinghua University370 with the a gift. September, 2013 (photo credit: Courtesy- Tel Aviv University)


Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is presented with a gift by Lev Shneiderman during a visit to Kibbutz Ruhama at 1999

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