Avi Bohbotby Danielle Gorodenzik | 19.09.17
Photo by Marat Beltser
Edgy, bold, and critical—Avi Bohbot is a Tel Avivian freelance graphic designer based in Berlin for the past four years. He opened his studio in 2011, shortly after graduating from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and has been working with clients ranging from artists and museums to political and social initiatives.
This past June, in collaboration with Gila Kaplan, he designed the visual language of Yael Bartana’s film and performance project What if Women Ruled the World, which premiered at the Manchester International Festival. Not afraid to work with complex identities, Bohbot’s design methods are based on a critical approach.
Bohbot has collaborated with Israeli cultural initiatives such as Hashomer 3, Museum of Bat Yam, and Maayan Magazine. Working with German clients such as Infarm, a farming service helping cities become self-sufficient in their food production, Bohbot focuses on cultural themes that relate to a community with a daring attitude.
What If Women Ruled the World, In Collaboration with Gila Kaplan
Hashomer3, Tel Aviv, Visual Identity and Posters
Infarm, In Collaboration with Gila Kaplan