No, not the end of the world, just the plot ( as I understod it) from a movie that cinema students from Saphir College were shotting in this old ( and rather shooted at, like...with bullets) building just out side Tel-Aviv.
... apparently oblivious to where they were. You can see the border line below, where a truck and some kind of tank are parked. The landscape ahead is the Gaza Strip. As the silhouettes of its buildings and houses melted with the dusky sky, I could only think how ordinary the place looked.
The sunset gave the place a sad mood. Behind me ( the opposite direction to the drawing above) some touring israeli soldiers came ( not so lightly has the south american jornalists, though) check the place for a while, and went. I left the place with thoughts of curiosity about daily life of people in Gaza, sadness of why we can´t all get along, and realizing I was starving and dying for a big dinner.
( the rest of the room below... you can see my foot in front of the tv, my Homer Simpson t-shirt and the sketchbook on my lap).
Just finished painting two more drawings ( above). They were actually donne about the same time, in the same place( Tel-Aviv) , so I put them here together.
Ben Zion Boulevard ( above). While I was drawing this there was an alarm and the police came, close the street and exploded some bag someone left behind . So the people you see are waiting to go to there business. This was actually the only time I witness someting like this , in the whole time I was there.
The same place at night ( below).