Nubian ibex roam the streets during a national lockdown in Mitzpe Ramon, southern Israel. Although Israel is one of the first countries to have received vaccines and has so far vaccinated more then two million of its around nine million citizens, the rate of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, that causes the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), is rising drastically as Israel entered a full closure of two weeks. Continue reading »
Woman Uses Her iPhone To Capture Portraits Of Strangers On Her Daily Commute To Work, And The Result Is Impressive
Most of us take some sort of public transportation to work. You can see a lot of different and interesting people there. Most of them are usually busy thinking about the day ahead, daydreaming, busy with their phones or books. Continue reading »
Israeli Inventors Have Developed A Coronavirus Mask With A Remote Control Mouth That Lets Diners Eat Food Without Taking It Off
The process could get messy with ice cream or sauces, but more solid morsels can be gobbled up in a flash a la Pac-Man in the arcade game. Continue reading »
The Quiet Of The Coronavirus Lockdown In Israel Has Cleared The Way For Packs Of Jackals To Take Over Park In The Heart Of Tel Aviv
Each spring, Hayarkon Park usually comes alive with joggers, children playing, young families and 20-somethings picnicking and sunbathing, but these days virtually the only sign of life in the sprawling park is the jackals. Continue reading »
A team of Chinese cardboard modelling experts stole the show at this year’s Hobby Expo China (HEC) International Model Expo, in Beijing, with a 1:1 cardboard replica of the Merkava MK4 Israeli battle tank. Continue reading »
Throughout her career as an artist, Ukraine-born Zoya Cherkassky-Nnadi has not lacked for public interest, critical acclaim, or financial compensation. Her pieces have been shown in premier Israeli art galleries for over a decade. Her work is continually covered in the mainstream media. And her sketches fetch anywhere from $5,000 to five or six times that amount. Continue reading »
Breathtaking “murmurations” – dark, shifting shapes that look like vast dancing clouds – fill the skies of southern Israel and surrounding areas in winter. Starlings from Russia and east Europe winter in the Holy Land, swooping, pivoting and soaring, putting on a display to shame any aerobatics team anywhere. Continue reading »
“Neve Tirza prison, Israel’s only women’s prison, hosted its first fashion show on Monday where models on towering heels strutted on a red catwalk, showcasing clothes designed and made by inmates. The prisoners were all part of a rehabilitative project meant to grant them skills they might use upon their release, as well as restore self-confidence following an extended period in jail”. – The Associated Press.
In this Monday, October 27, 2014 photo, a model adjusts her dress before walking a runway for a fashion show in Neve Tirza prison in Ramle, central Israel. Neve Tirza, Israel’s only women’s prison, hosted its first fashion show Monday where models on towering heels strutted on a red catwalk, showcasing clothes designed and made by inmates. (Photo by Oded Balilty/AP Photo)
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For the Bedouin Arab shepherds tending their flocks in Israel’s Negev desert last week, it was almost as if aliens had landed from outer space.
A man looks at a wooden sculpture that was set on fire during Israel’s first Midburn festival, modeled after the popular Burning Man festival held annually in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, in the desert near the Israeli kibbutz of Sde Boker, June 7, 2014. Some 3,000 people set up a colorful encampment in the dusty moonscape, swinging from hoops by day and burning giant wooden sculptures by night. (Photo: AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
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Curator Debby Hershman holds a 9,000 year old Neolithic stone mask, same as the one displayed on a screen during the launch of Google Art project at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Israel’s national museum announced it is joining the Google Art project, which provides online tours of museums around the world.(Oded Balilty/Associated Press)
Benetton’s controversial “Unhate” advertising campaign, featuring political and religious leaders kissing each other, has been unveiled along the Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv and other Israeli highways. The billboard shows Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu kissing Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
The high-impact Benetton ad is a part of the Italian clothing company’s UNHATE Foundation which was launched less than a fortnight ago. The ad was unveiled in a NIS 500,000 billboard campaign in Israel. Nur Media Star Ltd in Israel prepared the billboards.
Workers install a Benetton billboard advertisement showing a composite image of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) kissing Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Tel Aviv Nov. 28, 2011. The image, part of a series of pictures of world leaders kissing each other on the lips, was Benetton’s latest advertising campaign that went on display in their European stores two weeks ago. (Reuters) Continue reading »
Israeli artists paste large portraits on the side of a bridge near the city of Netanya, Israel, early Thursday. (Tara Todras-whitehill / AP) Continue reading »
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