Debbie Millman has started a new project at PRINT titled “What Matters.” This is an ongoing effort to understand the interior life of artists, designers, and creative thinkers. This facet of the project is a request of each invited respondent to answer 10 identical questions, and submit a decidedly nonprofessional photograph.
Oded Ezer is a Tel Aviv-based typographer and design educator who creates visual content and commentary around subjects such as science, anthropology, body-modification, ethics, history, sociology, politics, and writing systems for major cultural and commercial bodies, such as MoMA, V&A Museum, Google, Samsung, Waze, Little Brown & Co., Taiwan National Museum of Art, Typomania Festival Moscow, Design Museum Holon, and many others.
What is the thing you like doing most in the world?
In the Negev
D e s e r t
At the beautiful
What is the first memory you have of being creative?
To my drawing of
My mother’s face
What is your biggest regret?
In my early days, in my twenties
How have you gotten over heartbreak?
I remember. Staying
in bed most
Of the day right after
My divorce twenty
Years ago. Then
Workouts in the gym and
Shiatsu treatments. It
What makes you cry?
Thinking about good friends I have
Lost; Sad ends in films, sometimes happy
Ends as well; And when one of my
How long does the pride and joy of accomplishing something last for you?
Itlastsforyearsand Helps Me Go Through Lesssuccessfulperiods
Do you believe in an afterlife, and if so, what does that look like to you?
I do not believe in an afterlife
I do not believe in an
I do not believe in
I do not believe
I do not
That’s why I keep creating while I still can
What do you hate most about yourself?
I wish I would pay much much
To people with bad
What do you love most about yourself?
Miraculously, I always find
A way to carry on
What is your absolute favorite meal?