Another contribution to Roger Omar’s dream collection.
“I dreamed that I went to the city of Alcoy and they celebrated a custome party but they dressed exclusively in yellow and green, and danced on one foot. I was upstairs with my cousins, in a room. Then we went for a walk in a street where a lot of food was sold, specially cheese.” (Dorett, Spain)
“Soñé que me había ido a Alcoy y había una fiesta de disfraces pero sólo se vestían de amarillo y verde, y todos bailaban con un solo pie. Yo había subido a una habitación donde estaban mis primos, y después paseamos por una calle donde se vendía mucha comida, especialmente queso”. (DORETT-ESPAÑA)
A piece made for “FEAR OF GREEN”, part of Roger Omar’s dream collecting project:
My graduation project from the Bezalel Art & Design Academy in Jerusalem: an illustrated edition for adults of several stories from Arabian Nights (also known as 1001 Nights).
A school assignment - designing a tea-box for an existing Israeli tea brand. I made mine a non-commercial, unappetizing tea-box inspired by lyrics of Habiluyim and a small hommage to Cleon Peterson.
A short comic about my brother’s imaginary bunny. (Reading is from right to left).
A collaboration with Mayan Shai - our entry for Yad Vashem’s design competition for the annual Holocaust Memorial Day. We didn’t win, but working with Mayan was a pleasure as always!
A series of three posters, inspired by an Israeli political-satirical band, Habiluyim.
50X70 cm, acrylic on wood.
Editorial illustrations for an article about the book Sex At Dawn (written by Christopher Ryan), which talks about monogamy being an unnatural choice from an evolutionary point of view.