Many illustrators prefer to stick to imagery when asked about their work. So we decided to create a visual questionnaire.
We’re happy to launch our new column, in which interviewees answer our questions with images, with illustrator Alon Braier. Braier is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, and is part of a new generation of Israeli illustrators. His style is innovative yet nostalgic, and his works reflect a retro, all-Israeli look, alongside universal, non-specific images.
Alon, you’re from the northern part of the country, and you have a full head of curls. Other than that, please introduce yourself.
Your work mainly involves digital devices, but the images look as if they’ve emerged from a seventies analog synthesizer. What’s your take on this?
Being a multi-talented musician who plays many instruments (such as a Saxophone) and creates electronic music, describe an imaginary musical instrument you’d want to have.
What do you hate?
Yeah, it happens to all of us… and which food do you find especially attractive?
Thanks Alon, you’re something special!
Alon’s answers are up for sale at our shop.
More of Alon’s work: alonbraier.com
Translated from Hebrew: Ronnie Gross