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Logotype
A logo inspired by the street name Zvulun.
Anxieties Illustrations
As an anxious person, i feel the best way to communicate my fears are illustrations. In this series, some of those thoughts are brought to paper using short comic strips.
Pablo escobar
Poster, postcard and cigar as an icon called ׳Pablo Escobar׳. The design plays with the colors of black and white, In all aspects and represents both sides of Escobar. On one hand, the evil personality, and on the other hand the one who supports the poor people. The guns are like the wings of angels.
Witchfest
Welcome to the Witchfest festival! A festival in which witches unite in order to discuss the latest magic trends, trade secrets, and eat some nice cookies. All in a a macabre yet stylish way, as fit for a ghastly event such as this! Explore this responsive site in order to find a map of stars guiding you to the event location, instructions on how to get an uber broom, and send invitations to different friends.
Diamonds chocolate
The Chocolate, and the process it undergoes from seed to product, reminds me a lot of the process of a rock growing. Both start from nature as raw materials and end up a beautiful finished product. I chose a color pallete that reminds me of the desert view and decided to use basic and organic shapes to create a wild abstract. In order to give the package a postcard feel I’ve added rock textures and information about different mines on the back.
Mahshi
Logo and branding to restaurant tunisian food
Confession Night
Confession Night is one day a year, the longest night in which we confess our sins, and continue to celebrate life. The confessional process takes place from the dark until the next day, a process in which one confesses to another in the world. The boutique is located in major cities around the world, such as New York, Tel Aviv, Berlin and more, and provides an opportunity to confess your sins regardless of religion, race or gender. The language takes inspiration from the nightlife, the neons, the urbanism, and on the other side from the worlds of the church and the vitrage, which delineate the language. The idea comes from Maha Shivarti in India, where they celebrate the longest night of the year and invite Lord Shiva to wash away evil and the old and make room for growth and renewal.
Drawing
poster story that i draw to a project.
Music 3
Logotype and icons for a music channel inspired by rap music. The icons represent the flow of technology and rap in three decades starting from the 80s. Each decade's icon feature a device used for listening to music during that time - a record, a radio, and the ipod.
Geula
I have spoken from a point that pizza is available, it can be fast food, demands the minimum necessities, personally speaking - I rather eat in an underground pizza place than on some fancy restaurant downtown plus it's always available immediately and cheap and not being ‘’wanna be’’ on you. All these things connected me to the street scene in general and to all of the punk culture in particular. The punk culture is disgusted with materialism, it is very urban. The name Geula (free translate from hebrew to salvation, redemption, freedom), refers to the ideology of the punk culture, to the freedom of peace and redemption they believed in the suppression of the law and the establishment or anything that reminded Western society. The place itself is a pizza bar that provides a stage for music, the place is just delicious and cheap. Everyone who buys a pizza gets a poster, each time a different random poster. Few words on the design language, at first i focused on fanzines whose goal was quick and cheap. I chose a three main colors palette of simple, inexpensive pages. The language also involves layers and patterns of the pizza toppings and also the punk favorite cloths. I chose to do all of the branding in Hebrew and i focused on the late 70’ and early 80’ around the well known club name ‘’penguin’’ and the ‘’Dan Cinema’’ movie place. The punk culture in israel is different from the rest of the world. I studied close about the period and the israeli punk bands who involve in their songs political messages that refers to freedom, redemption and salvation( all connected to one word - Geula. My challenge was taking all this language and time zones and turn in into something modern, that fits the present, but still not taking it to commercialized places, and not for profit interests.
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