Summer, Spain and Stamps

At the beginning of August, I managed to take an 8-day break in Spain. I met with my parents and sister there to explore some lovely places. Having some time together with them was the most important thing. I didn’t really mind where we were going to meet when I boarded my flight. But Europe is nice. Very classy. And being out of this country for a bit felt good. 
Coming back here, I noticed the distinct colors of the land (yellows) and the roughness of all things in it. I like observing it like this, each time. 

Summer 2017, thank you for having me.  

Super nice beach. I felt like a mermaid swimming there. Pretty things under water 

These were by a local artist in Pals, Catalonia 

This is the coolest carton of milk I’ve ever seen. You see why summer is hip? 

And I made Jizo stamps 🙂

Inspired by these guys:


I am still in Jerusalem and it is still crazy and unstable for me, but I feel like I am slowly finding my center. I even made some new friends. I have been busy with work and with finding people to talk to. Of course, these are not an excuse for not blogging! So in order to come here more often, I decided to make this place less personal and more focused on Art. 

What Art? Art that I like mainly, visuals that inspire me, and my personal images.  Most importantly, I challenge myself to make this a weekly thing! So, I should probably keep it short.  

More Art, less long personal stories, sounds good? Yallah, let’s do this. 
Inspired by Moana, which has to be my favorite Disney of the decade. I loved everything about it. Since water plays a big part in the film, I used watercolors.
Faces floating in surreal environments are coming back to my mind. This is a dramatic experiment with a nib and ink which I really don’t know how to use.