When phoning from outside the country,
use the country code 972 and the local area code without the zero.
02 671 7599 becomes 972 2 671 7599.

Archie Granot Papercuts Studio and Gallery 1 Agron Street Jerusalem 94265 972 2 625 2210
Sun-Thur 10.30-8pm
Fri 10.30-2pm.
Closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays.
The innovative papercuts of Archie Granot are distinguished by multiple layers of paper while curves and links are interwoven creating incredible depth, texture and movement.
Avraham Borshevsky 43 King George st., Jerusalem 94261 Studio and Gallery are
open to visitors
from 10.00 to 6.00 pm
every day exept Shabbat
and Jewish Holydays.

For phone appontment please call:
054-593-8155 or
Izhar & Timna Neumann Tut Niar 39 haMeyasdim Street Zikhron Ya'akov 30900 06 639 7631 One of two paper mills that will accept visitors. This one is in a tourist area in Zichron Yaakov. They have a working mill and shop where thell sell their wares.
Izzy Pludwinski

Izzy's Studio is in German Colony neighborhood in Jerusalem.

10 Hamelitz Street Jerusalem

My work phone is:
972 2 5630725
hours are usually
9 to 1 and 4 to 7
but a phone appointment
(or email) is necessary before visiting.
Not Saturdays

Izzy's work includes Ketubahs, Judaica, Calligraphic art, Commercial lettering, Certificates, limited edition book of the Song of Songs.

He is a freelance Calligrapher in Hebrew and English calligraphy, Calligraphy teacher, and Sofer STaM. My studio also contains a small gallery of my work

Jerusalem Print Workshop 38 Shivtei Israel Morasha Jerusalem 95105 02 628 8614 The Jerusalem Print Workshop is a principal center for artistic printing (etchings, silkscreen, lithography, etc.) in Israel. They have a gallery where there is often an exhibition hanging. They have a few interesting presses (Albion, Stanhope, etc.) which are very seldom in use.
Yehuda Miklaf
Shalom Yehuda Press
Studio: 24 haUman St
Talpiot Industrial area Jerusalem
02 671 7599 (home)
02 679 2015 (
052 876 326 (
Visitors to Jerusalem are invited to contact Yehuda Miklaf. He has a fairly good idea of what is going on in the book arts field at any given time, and if anyone wants to visit a bindery, they are welcome to visit him.