A seriеs inspired by the myths behind Jerusalem. The illustrations are placed along the Hasmonean aqueduct track. Each piece consists of a haiku and illustration that compliment each other
Poetry: Ilana Zaidman
Illustrations: Maya Shleifer
Client: Jerusalem Municipality, City of David, Israel Antiquities Authority
After many years of sketching people while traveling around and as part of my daily commute, I found myself wondering about the stories that might hide behind them.
As a result I started drawing their potential lives and the thoughts that might be going on in their heads. These drawings became the interactive installations in my solo exhibition Familiar Stranger.
It got the support from the Israeli culture fund of Mifal Hapais and premiered at Mamuta Art and Research Center in Jerusalem.
Video: Denis Paduchev
Illustrations for an interactive project by Hypertal.es. The project was based on an adaptation of “The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame.
Loop animation of the crawling mole was created by studio Poink