Keeping it Graphic

You may have seen some of my work  (credit also Guy Gurfinkel) during last year’s Israel Apartheid Week on many campuses. And then again you probably didn’t. Haaretz did cover it and a number of blogs picked it up but sadly not too many campuses. So for the record – here it is.

The purpose of this graphic part of Five Minutes for Israel is to give graphic artists (in the widest definition of the term) the opportunity to advocate for Israel in the way they know best and just as importantly give activists for Israel a place to find the latest graphic work.

An important word of warning:

If copyright worrys you, forget it. We want your work to go viral. There is no way of ensuring what happens along the line. We will give credit and you should always sign the piece and keep a copy for your portfolio.

Please remember that publishing here is a license for anyone to take and use your art to advocate for Israel. We will give credit and you should always sign the piece and keep a copy for your portfolio.

About David Guy

B.A./B.C.A. (Communication and Media Arts) University of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA M.A. in Government (Diplomacy and Conflict Studies) Inter Disciplinary Center, Herzliya, ISRAEL Twitter @5MFI
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