Devilish editorial illustration for Israeli publications by Noam Weiner

Date
22 September 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

Say welcome, one and all, to Noam Weiner. This Israeli illustrator’s recently ramped up her editorial work, illustrating for several national newspapers and magazines, often with a political or satirical bite. In an illustration for an article on criticism, she cleverly combines a deal with the devil with a hearty dose of mutual back-scratching to make a point about the tangled relationships up the tower of power. We prefer her work at its most minimalistic, when she conveys maximum meaning. Of her older work, the simplicity of her comics version of the classic kids’ adventure book Hasamba is captivating.

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Noam Weiner: Poster

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Noam Weiner: Poster

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Noam Weiner: Poster

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Noam Weiner: Criticism

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Noam Weiner: Dot Omm

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Noam Weiner: Vaaknin – Karnin

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Noam Weiner: Saving Fourth Grade

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Noam Weiner: Mediatheque 2014

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Noam Weiner: Balkan Party

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Noam Weiner: Friendly Freud

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