Anat Warshavsky received the Israel Museum Ben-Yitzhak Award for the Illustration of a Children's Book

Published on
13.1.21

The Bezalel Academy for Art and Design in Jerusalem congratulates Anat Warshavsky, a graduate of the Department of Visual Communications, on winning the Israel Museum Ben-Yitzhak Award for the Illustration of a Children's Book, for her illustrations in the book "Zrubavel and Zelpa" by Ronit Hacham (Agam Yaldut, 2019).

In addition, all the illustrators who received a Certificate of Merit, are graduates of the Department as well: Itay Bekin for his illustrations in the "Book of Silences (The Really Important Ones!), by Oren Lavie, Naama Benziman for her book "Noni and Noni-more", Omer Hoffman for his book "The story about Yoav who mailed his family by post", and Einat Tzarfati for her book "Castle in the Sand".

The Judges' reasoning: "The wild and allegedly ugly illustration combined with the political - universal text form the book into a complex work of art, which offers the children of tomorrow the option of pragmatic activism which holds beauty as well."

To the item about the Award on the Israel Museum website: https://bit.ly/2LIWYli

To the article about the win in Portfolio: https://www.prtfl.co.il/archives/140024