Another normal day in Hebron and a reminder that the streets in Palestinian neighborhoods are not their own. Even when no one is in the street, you’re always being watched.
- pencil and acrylic on paper mounted on masonite
- 9 x 12
- shipped via insured shipping
comes in a wood frame with a matte and hanging hardware included
I visited the West Bank in September 2017 and created these illustrations as part of a travelog for Mondoweiss.
The last time I had been there was 2008. Now, everything seemed heavier, particularly in Hebron where I spent most of my time. The air was heavy, the mood was heavy, and the gravity of occupation seemed responsible for the drooping faces. Merely existing there is exhausting.
Much of the media coverage misses the details because it’s not interesting enough or attention-grabbing enough to rope people in. In these illustrations I focused on the details of military occupation that get overlooked.