Judith Asher is a designer illustrator artist and lecturer.
In her work she explores the tension between images form and content.
She is a graduate with honours from the Visual Communication Department, the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem and has an M.A. in Visual Communication from the Royal College of Art, London.
She won the Ministry of Culture, Science and Sport Award for 2002 and three awards from the American Friends of Israel Association, the Sandberg Illustration Award and the Felheim Typography Award.
She has lectured at various academic institutions including the University of Der Kunst Berlin, Germany; the High School of Design Kolding, Denmark; The School of Art and Design Otis, California, USA.
In 2011, she was elected as a research representative for "The Face of the Digital Age" at the Royal College of Art, London.
Her works have been exhibited widely and in 2020 she took up residency at the Hansen House in Jerusalem resulting in the exhibition "Living Life" .
She had a one woman show “fictional landscapes” in 2015 at the Beit Dror Gallery, Kibbutz Einat.
She has published several books, including ‘The Diary of an Infant’ published by Sifriyat Hapoalim and has worked with various clients from Israel, Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and is currently working on a graphic novel.