Elly Gross > Graphic Design > Graphic Designer

​Elly Gross’s voluminous oeuvre is evident not only in the large quantity of her works, but also in their broad range. Already in her early years as an independent graphic designer, Elly Gross received commissions from a long list of organizations and institutions, in addition to the hundreds of dust jackets that she designed.




  • Independence Day poster for Greater Land of Israel Movement. Offset, 1969.
  • Proposals for "New Bezalel" departments emblems. Ink on photographic paper.
  • Design of the emblem for the honor guard for Theodor Herzl's reinternment ceremony. Ink on paper, 1949.
  • Projects for Israel Medical Association, 1965-1970.
  • Poster advertising "Hed Yerushalayim" magazine. Linocut, 1944.
  • Trademark designs for "Magnes Press". Various techniques, 1955.
  • Study for a logo for "Kol Yerushalayim" [The Voice of Jerusalem] - Palestine Broadcast Service. Ink on paper, 1946.
  • Proposal for the design of a logo for the Lapid company. Ink on paper, 1944.
  • "Keren Hayesod" Calendar. Intaglio, 1951.
  • Design of Israeli city emblems: Proposal for Kiryat Ono emblem, 1964.
  • Design of Israeli city emblems: Proposal for Jerusalem emblem, 1949.
  • Ex Libris design for Eliyahu Dubkin, ca. 1949.