The book contains four stories, each focused on a different city and a different local species: Hyrax in Arad, Jackals in Tel-Aviv, Gazelles in Jerusalem, and one striped hyena from Modi'in. Each story expresses a different facet of urbanity, nature, and the overlap between the two.
Meeting wildlife in urban environments can ignite strong feelings, such as fear, wonder, excitement or anxiety; It can spark thoughts about our part and place on the planet. The pencil illustrations serve as a tool for reconstructing these feelings and thoughts, opening a window for interpretation, for thought and for imagination.
∙ The project was runner up for Bezalel Carter's Award for graphic novels.
∙ Featured on Uncoated magazine & Portfolio magazine (Hebrew)
∙​​​​​​​ Illustrations were exhibited on:
Wild City: Solo exhibition - ArtPlace Gallery, Tel Aviv
Best graduate projects & Best of Tel Aviv Illustration Week - Old Jaffa Street Gallery
White Elephant exhibition - Tel Aviv

Bezalel Academy Graduation project
Tutor Maayan Levitzky
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