Thursday, December 26, 2013

David Draiman

This is an illustration of one of my favorite musicians, David Draiman, the singer on the heavy-metal band Disturbed.  He is Jewish, though not observant or anything.  The words in the background are in Hebrew.  On the left, we have a Hebrew transliteration of the refrain "will you give in to me?" from his song "The Sickness", one of my favorites.  On the right is the Hebrew word "Tefahed", which means "You should be afraid".  Draiman repeats this Hebrew word several times in another one of his songs.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Do Re Mi

A submission I made for the staff art show at my workplace.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

BDS Hypocrisy

Advocates of BDS (Boycotts, Divestment, and Sanctions) against Israel routinely show their hypocrisy: they do not blink an eye at the horrible human rights violations occurring every day in countries like Sudan, China, the Arab world, Burma, and others, yet condemn Israel's actions in combating terrorism aimed at its civilians.

Hezbollah Mart

Hezbollah, through its propaganda, social institutions, and summer camps, instills in children with the desire to become terrorist martyrs.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Kosher GMO?

Cartoon for an article about the issue of Kashrut (Jewish dietary restrictions) and genetically modified foods. In the desert, according to the Torah, God fed the Israelites manna, a food that would only last one day, except on Friday when they would collect a double portion for the Sabbath, since collecting was prohibited on that day.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Quiz Bowl Tshirt Design

A tshirt design for my former high school's quiz bowl (trivia) team. The teacher's nickname is "Ludi," hence the parody of rapper Ludacris' album "The Red Light District."