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Family Matters

posted: August 11, 2012

This is a project I have been working on for some time now. Family Matters - What Families are Made of.

From August 5th 2012, we are inviting over 3000 families to Beth Hatfutsot to make a piece of art and tell us their story with objects. All the creations are going to be photographed and a beautiful poster of the art will be given to each family. Another copy will be printed on a 9.6 cm square by HP Indigo (thank you thank you). These will be 'my pixels' with which I will make a wall installation 10.5 meters long by 3 meters high.

Here is the website of the project


So come over and make a pixel. I need many! Any kind of families!

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TechCamp Israel

posted: May 29, 2012

Last month I had the opportunity to participate in a great event: TechCamp Israel.

TechCamp is an initiative of Hillary Clinton and The USA State Department to narrow the gap between technology and social leaders. Events are held in many countries and I got to participate in the one held in Israel.


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TedMed Portraits

posted: April 13, 2012

A huge job came my way a couple of months ago. Alex Isley, the legendary AD of Spy Magazine, was on the line. The task: create 55 portraits of speakers at TedMed conference.  The deadline: 6 weeks ahead.

It became clear there was no way I could create that many portraits in such a short time.

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Passover Hagaddah

posted: April 06, 2012

Probably I'm too late to publish this here, but here's a Passover Hagaddah we made together with the Israeli NGO, Yeladim, Fair Chance for Children.

The NGO helps Israeli children who live in orphanages. This was a great way to collect funds for them. Hagaddas can be still be bought through their website.


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Where have I been?

posted: April 05, 2012

Boy, having a Blog is a nice idea, but then of course it is more work to constantly write and maintain back here.

Came back from a month of traveling through Savannah, NYC, NJ, Chicago, Barcelona, Granada, Valencia, Madrid and back to Tel Aviv. 

Here's a report on some of the workshops which happened during this trip.



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Foreign Policy

posted: December 01, 2011

Foreign Policy has called me in recent years, always with interesting assignments.

This time it was drawing three bankers, Ben Bernanke, Zhou Xiaochuan and Jean-Claude Trichet, for their Global 100 Issue.

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