Hello there! I'm Tal, a freelance Motion Designer with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Communication from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.

With a primary focus on Motion Design, I also enjoy creating eye-catching Graphics tailored for clubs and musicians, while finding harmony through my Personal Projects.

I'm always open to new opportunities so if you like what you see, feel free to contact me so we could make some nice stuff together!

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AROKE


Hello there! I'm Tal, a freelance Motion Designer with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Communication from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.

With a primary focus on Motion Design, I also enjoy creating eye-catching Graphics tailored for nightclubs and musicians, while finding harmony through my Personal Projects.

I'm always open to new opportunities so if you like what you see, feel free to contact me so we could make some nice stuff together!︎

Press:
It’s Nice That
Wix Playground


IG - @aroke.1
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Contact
Motion Design

SHOWREEL 

Motion design work done between 2022-2023.
The showreel showcases visuals created for renowned clients such as Wix Playground, Fiverr, Teder FM, Phi Club Garden, and more.

GESHEM BEJUNI

My graduate project from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, where I studied visual communication. Titled "Geshem Beyuni," it is a music video clip composed by Soul Supreme. The project aims to blend an analog aesthetic with 3D compositing, drawing inspiration from risograph printing and abstract geometry.

HAMIFFAL 

An explainer about “HaMiffal”, a cultural center in Jerusalem that serves as a platform for multidisciplinary contemporary creation and a meeting point for the city's creative community. The project created during my studies under the guidance of Yonatan Keinan.

HEAVEN ON EARTH

An experimental project created by mixing old archive footage with 3D compositing, which was then printed and scanned back. The text is based on an exposition of Raymond Carver's book, written by its Hebrew translator, Uzi Weil. This project was developed during the "Lab" studio course under the guidance of Yael Burstein.