Asaf Hanuka is not only capable of breathing life back into white sheets of paper with his exceptional illustrations, portraying surrealistic moments from everyday urban life but also of conveying great messages through them. From ‘Mural’ taking on the subject of trying to find your identity as a teenager to ‘Abstinence’ underlining the lack of sex education on schools and ‘Dangerous Clicking’, a reference to the danger of sexual predators using the internet as a mask for hunting victims, Asaf Hanuka has managed to turn his art into a strong political statement. Since the beginning of his career in 1995, Asaf Hanuka had his work featured in some of the world’s leading publications such as Rolling Stone, New York Times, Time and Forbes while he has received many awards including a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators and an Award of Excellence from Communication Arts .