How our “Kittens & Doodles” design Came to Be

An unexpected turn of events took place that morning when Hadas’ father joined us as we sat and worked in a café close to home. First of all, I will note that what Hadas and I did up until 3am the night before was to think of ways how we could get her out of a deep creative block she’s been struggling with for quite a while now. As the hours passed and no solution was found, Hadas and I went to bed as we knew that soon we would have to get up and carry out our Saturday morning routine of heading out to the local café where we’ll be working until very late that afternoon. We settled in and Hadas sent a text message to her father:
“We’re in a café if you want to join”
“Yes! I’m coming” he replied, less than ten minutes passed and he arrived.
“What are you working on?” He asked
“Yoga pants, I drew some cats but I’m stuck.”
Our new iPad intrigued him and Hadas was more than happy to take a break from her frustrating lack of inspiration and let him experiment with the new gadget.
“This is the pen, this is where you choose a color and here you can change the thickness of the brush.”
We went on with our business not really seeing or paying attention to what he was doing, after all- the guy hasn’t touched a paint brush since it was a imposed on him as a child in some random kindergarten activity, trust me- any relation between him and artistic capabilities (or so we thought) was completely coincidental.
“DONE!!” He put down the pen and with a proud childlike grin and asked
“What do you think about my artwork?”           

Knowing that at best it would be awful, we took a peek and were all ready to cynically reply “stunning!”

But then almost simultaneously- Hadas and I fell silent… It was…. Adequate!
I suppose the exact same thought had taken over our minds as we both stared intriguingly at his work and exchanged eye glances- “should we…?” “Do we dare?” “let’s just check it out ..?”
Hadas slowly took to the computer and started playing a bit with her father’s artwork and the cats she had painted earlier and who’s design she had trouble resolving.
With all the humor in the situation, something in her father’s “amateur” work worked!
“It’s…. beautiful…?!” We hesitantly agreed with surprise.
“Way to go, dad!”, Hadas said to her father, “You just helped me solve a very big problem!”
Her father, this time without a shred of cynicism and with a dead serious expression on his face looked at the pair of pants he had just helped design and said:
“I don’t like the way the pocket sits, let me have the pen, I will fix it for you.”

In the main picture – the surreal moment where our world collapsed into itself and all of us at the table realized that inside Hadas’ father (a computer programmer by trade) –
There lives a true postmodernist certified fashion designer.

How our “Kittens & Doodles” design Came to Be

An unexpected turn of events took place that morning when Hadas’ father joined us as we sat and worked in a café close to home. First of all, I will note that what Hadas and I did up until 3am the night before was to think of ways how we could get her out of a deep creative block she’s been struggling with for quite a while now. As the hours passed and no solution was found, Hadas and I went to bed as we knew that soon we would have to get up and carry out our Saturday morning routine of heading out to the local café where we’ll be working until very late that afternoon. We settled in and Hadas sent a text message to her father:
“We’re in a café if you want to join”
“Yes! I’m coming” he replied, less than ten minutes passed and he arrived.
“What are you working on?” He asked
“Yoga pants, I drew some cats but I’m stuck.”
Our new iPad intrigued him and Hadas was more than happy to take a break from her frustrating lack of inspiration and let him experiment with the new gadget.
“This is the pen, this is where you choose a color and here you can change the thickness of the brush.”
We went on with our business not really seeing or paying attention to what he was doing, after all- the guy hasn’t touched a paint brush since it was a imposed on him as a child in some random kindergarten activity, trust me- any relation between him and artistic capabilities (or so we thought) was completely coincidental.
“DONE!!” He put down the pen and with a proud childlike grin and asked
“What do you think about my artwork?”           

Knowing that at best it would be awful, we took a peek and were all ready to cynically reply “stunning!”

But then almost simultaneously- Hadas and I fell silent… It was…. Adequate!
I suppose the exact same thought had taken over our minds as we both stared intriguingly at his work and exchanged eye glances- “should we…?” “Do we dare?” “let’s just check it out ..?”
Hadas slowly took to the computer and started playing a bit with her father’s artwork and the cats she had painted earlier and who’s design she had trouble resolving.
With all the humor in the situation, something in her father’s “amateur” work worked!
“It’s…. beautiful…?!” We hesitantly agreed with surprise.
“Way to go, dad!”, Hadas said to her father, “You just helped me solve a very big problem!”
Her father, this time without a shred of cynicism and with a dead serious expression on his face looked at the pair of pants he had just helped design and said:
“I don’t like the way the pocket sits, let me have the pen, I will fix it for you.”

In the main picture – the surreal moment where our world collapsed into itself and all of us at the table realized that inside Hadas’ father (a computer programmer by trade) –
There lives a true postmodernist certified fashion designer.

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How our “Kittens & Doodles” design Came to Be

An unexpected turn of events took place that morning when Hadas’ father joined us as we sat and worked in a café close to home. First of all, I will note that what Hadas and I did up until 3am the night before was to think of ways how we could get her out of a deep creative block she’s been struggling with for quite a while now. As the hours passed and no solution was found, Hadas and I went to bed as we knew that soon we would have to get up and carry out our Saturday morning routine of heading out to the local café where we’ll be working until very late that afternoon. We settled in and Hadas sent a text message to her father:
“We’re in a café if you want to join”
“Yes! I’m coming” he replied, less than ten minutes passed and he arrived.
“What are you working on?” He asked
“Yoga pants, I drew some cats but I’m stuck.”
Our new iPad intrigued him and Hadas was more than happy to take a break from her frustrating lack of inspiration and let him experiment with the new gadget.
“This is the pen, this is where you choose a color and here you can change the thickness of the brush.”
We went on with our business not really seeing or paying attention to what he was doing, after all- the guy hasn’t touched a paint brush since it was a imposed on him as a child in some random kindergarten activity, trust me- any relation between him and artistic capabilities (or so we thought) was completely coincidental.
“DONE!!” He put down the pen and with a proud childlike grin and asked
“What do you think about my artwork?”           

Knowing that at best it would be awful, we took a peek and were all ready to cynically reply “stunning!”

But then almost simultaneously- Hadas and I fell silent… It was…. Adequate!
I suppose the exact same thought had taken over our minds as we both stared intriguingly at his work and exchanged eye glances- “should we…?” “Do we dare?” “let’s just check it out ..?”
Hadas slowly took to the computer and started playing a bit with her father’s artwork and the cats she had painted earlier and who’s design she had trouble resolving.
With all the humor in the situation, something in her father’s “amateur” work worked!
“It’s…. beautiful…?!” We hesitantly agreed with surprise.
“Way to go, dad!”, Hadas said to her father, “You just helped me solve a very big problem!”
Her father, this time without a shred of cynicism and with a dead serious expression on his face looked at the pair of pants he had just helped design and said:
“I don’t like the way the pocket sits, let me have the pen, I will fix it for you.”

In the main picture – the surreal moment where our world collapsed into itself and all of us at the table realized that inside Hadas’ father (a computer programmer by trade) –
There lives a true postmodernist certified fashion designer.

How our “Kittens & Doodles” design Came to Be

An unexpected turn of events took place that morning when Hadas’ father joined us as we sat and worked in a café close to home. First of all, I will note that what Hadas and I did up until 3am the night before was to think of ways how we could get her out of a deep creative block she’s been struggling with for quite a while now. As the hours passed and no solution was found, Hadas and I went to bed as we knew that soon we would have to get up and carry out our Saturday morning routine of heading out to the local café where we’ll be working until very late that afternoon. We settled in and Hadas sent a text message to her father:
“We’re in a café if you want to join”
“Yes! I’m coming” he replied, less than ten minutes passed and he arrived.
“What are you working on?” He asked
“Yoga pants, I drew some cats but I’m stuck.”
Our new iPad intrigued him and Hadas was more than happy to take a break from her frustrating lack of inspiration and let him experiment with the new gadget.
“This is the pen, this is where you choose a color and here you can change the thickness of the brush.”
We went on with our business not really seeing or paying attention to what he was doing, after all- the guy hasn’t touched a paint brush since it was a imposed on him as a child in some random kindergarten activity, trust me- any relation between him and artistic capabilities (or so we thought) was completely coincidental.
“DONE!!” He put down the pen and with a proud childlike grin and asked
“What do you think about my artwork?”           

Knowing that at best it would be awful, we took a peek and were all ready to cynically reply “stunning!”

But then almost simultaneously- Hadas and I fell silent… It was…. Adequate!
I suppose the exact same thought had taken over our minds as we both stared intriguingly at his work and exchanged eye glances- “should we…?” “Do we dare?” “let’s just check it out ..?”
Hadas slowly took to the computer and started playing a bit with her father’s artwork and the cats she had painted earlier and who’s design she had trouble resolving.
With all the humor in the situation, something in her father’s “amateur” work worked!
“It’s…. beautiful…?!” We hesitantly agreed with surprise.
“Way to go, dad!”, Hadas said to her father, “You just helped me solve a very big problem!”
Her father, this time without a shred of cynicism and with a dead serious expression on his face looked at the pair of pants he had just helped design and said:
“I don’t like the way the pocket sits, let me have the pen, I will fix it for you.”

In the main picture – the surreal moment where our world collapsed into itself and all of us at the table realized that inside Hadas’ father (a computer programmer by trade) –
There lives a true postmodernist certified fashion designer.

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