Yehuda Adi Devir is a talented artist from Tel Aviv in Israel who definitely is not bored with Maya, his wife. This is evidenced by his cartoon “moments of life” that are supplemented by apposite commentaries. Whether he lives cheerfully or easily, or has hard days to come, Yehuda Devir draws and draws.
He speaks of himself as being a comic artist or as a graphic designer who developed his artistic talents at the Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. The public crowd was fascinated by his monumental project, which was an 11-metre-long and 2-metre wide scene of important and iconic moments of industrial history and film.
Nowadays he enjoys his marriage with his beloved wife, who is also a gifted artist in the fields of graphics and design. He presents his work through his blog, where he exhibits his illustrations of everyday life together with amusing glosses. He is not afraid to use either jokes, irony, sarcasm or ridicule. He simply shows married life in all its aspects, i.e. its passion and its love, but also its misunderstandings and its quarrels.
His cartoon comics suggest hidden instructions for happy cohabitation, i.e. that it is also necessary to be able to make fun of himself and herself, to have a certain degree of aloof detachment but especially to tolerate and above all to love your partner.
It is beautiful to see how art becomes a means of communication and how its artistic value becomes comprehensible to so many viewers. It gives them a luxurious artistic experience, it can bring a lesson or a good idea to think about, and it also entertains others.
Yehuda Adi Devir is not only a luxurious drawing artist with a precise and clear purpose, but he is also a poster designer who uses his art of fine lines and his trained observer’s eyes. He also devotes himself to making designs for the clothing industry, handling orders for logos for companies and for other institutions. He really is simply a luxurious modern artist.