I am very happy to have my short story ‘Fox and Squirrel’ be chosen as one of the honorable mentions of the ‘Wake Up’ competition organized by Frame Fest.
It’s a part of this massive compilation published by Centrala.
detail from Fox and Squirrel
My second online piece about daily reality in Palestine and Israel. This one is titled “Break on Through”. Read it here!
Together with my class at Sink Lukas I got to exhibit a piece at this multi disciplinary art festival in Destelheide.
This column comic features a poem by Mahmoud Darwish recited by some local inhabitants. See pics!
An illustration of mine was published in a book initiated by Stichting Print!
This calendar book, ‘365+1 Days’, showcases 366 illustrators, calligraphers, and graphic designers from the Netherlands.
Hopefully my illustration will give the middle of winter a positive twist. :)
A revised version of my precious super duct tape hero was published in Resist volume 2. I’m very happy to have my work next to that of some great feminist makers!
After months of work it’s finally here: my first ever book!
The story tells of a day in the life of Liat, an Israeli pro-Palestinian activist. By following her political convictions she positions herself outside of mainstream society, a fact which is heightened when she is confronted by her own family`s political views.
As my book is almost finished the kind folks at Le Space are exhibiting prints of the book in their space. This coming Sunday they are holding a Palestinian Poetry event with interesting speakers and a choir I feel very lucky to have my work be part of such an evening. The work will continue to hang there for a while so if you’re in the area come by and check it out!
A date for the finissage will be announced soon.
A photo from the opening:
Coloring tryouts for upcoming book. Still a loooong way to go…
Working on a 3D illustration of a poem by Mahmoud Darwish. This project (when finished…) will be shown at an exhibition in Destelheide (Dworp) in September.
It started out as a new year’s thing but got somewhat out of hand. Making postcards (and sending them!) is pure fun. For more go here!