Studio Gimel2, founded by Nomi Geiger & Dana Gez, is a Graphic Design studio, based in south Tel-Aviv. Our Studio focuses on Graphic Identity and book design in the fields of arts and culture. We opened Studio Gimel2 in the summer of 2009, and in 2014, we received the Israeli Ministry of Culture’s Designers’ Prize.

Selected Clients: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Fresh paint art fair; Design Museum, Holon; Tel Aviv Museum; Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center; The Negev Museum of Art; The Tel Aviv Artists’ Studios Gallery; Pitsou Kedem Architects; Kisselov Kaye Architects; Zarhy Architects; Design and Innovation Department, ICA; Museum of Islamic and Near Easters Cultures; The School of Visual Theatre; Center for Contemporary Art; Tel Aviv, The Zira, Performance Art Arena; Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem; Artport Tel Aviv; The Communist Party of Israel; The Edmond de Rothschild Center; Pluto Press, London; Embassy of Sweden; Embassy of France; Embassy of Poland.