Political design

The connection between art, design and ideology always interested me. My final year project in Bezalel Academy of Art and Design was to create, with Ramy Elchanan, a dual election campaign, for an extreme right and left parties to show that a graphic designer, no matter what his own convictions are, can do a good work for both. The project, which was a great success, was followed in 1983 by an election campaign for the extreme right wing party, “Hatchia” (Revival), which got - with Rami Elchanan and Benni Gal - the Otot prize (Publishers' Union prize).

Between the years 2006-2008 I enlisted to the Labor Party to help Amy Ayalon's campaign to get elected in the party's primaries as a volunteer. I founded "Hug Haifa" (Haifa's Circle) with Ynon Benzur, and wrote, edited and published the Circle’s ideological newspaper.

My political activity was accompanied with numerous designs of logos, posters, flyers, stickers and signs.

In 2008 I design an ads campaign for "the City's guards" party in Haifa.