The brief was to create a graphic representation of any city of our choice, and translate its history, its atmosphere, its architecture and heritage. 
I chose Jerusalem for its duplicity, between the old city and the new city, and also this fragile balance it somehow manages to sustain despite being at the very core of many conflicts. 
So I decided to design two posters instead of one, each representing a side of this polarizing place that is sacred for some, loathed for others. The blocks in both the posters are meant to represent the walls that have been so many times destroyed and built again.
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