COMICS & ART | imaginary encounters

“Imaginary Encounters” is my most personal project to-date, and in it all the things I love to do and to tell about come together. This is a multi-media art project that blends poetry, comics and cinema: a series of visual Haiku. Based on a traditional Japanese format of three-line, seventeen-syllable poems, the Haiku-comics are short graphic pieces that use words and images to capture moments in life – of love and sexual desire, heartbreak and joy – encounters between people, and between a man and his inner self. 

“Imaginary Encounters” was a subject of solo exhibitions in Israel and France, and two of the Haiku-comics are featured in LGBTQ comics anthology No Straight Lines by Justin Hall (Fantagraphics, 2012)