“A self-promotional poster, contributed to the Conflagration exhibition in Jerusalem 2012.”
“Part of a series of illustrations for a short story by Franz Kafa, sold as limited-edition prints for private clients.”
“A limited-edition print, sold to Adi Keizman for his office in Berlin. The print was shown at Space at the Cardiff Design Festival.” Adi Keizman, client.
“A contribution for a monthly blog named Untitled.”
“A spiritual moment when Orthodox Jews say a prayer before going to sleep, for protection, and for their soul to come back in the morning after the daily judgment.” Adi Keizman, client.
“A T-shirt design for a fashion brand in Israel.” Tamnoon, client.
“An illustration for my weekly blog, based on the part of the Old Testament that Jews read on Shabbat (Saturday) at the synagogue.”
“Part of a picture book for adults that I’m currently working on, addressing the nightmares of an old man, as he deals with the Holocaust, redemption and faith.”
Working as a freelancer since 2009, most of the time in parallel to another design job, like a T-shirt designer or an apprentice in a glass art workshop.
I work alone at home, brainstorming with my wife.
Graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in 2011, with a degree in visual communication.
When I am not working, I am learning Judaism in a Yeshiva, asking questions about life and trying to understand them. Most of the time my mind is full of it, so I guess it is a great filter for my artwork.
A small studio in our home.
I try not to work from my ego, but instead aspire to be a portal to something bigger than myself.