Brutalism explores the interplay of the human figure within hard scapes that are reminiscent of the impersonal socialist architecture style of the same name. Where the buildings represent something oppressive and more important than the individual, the human figure struggles to find its place. That dynamic has led a new series within Yoram's distinct style.

Although photographic in its origin, each piece is unique. There are no editions, and no image is ever used again. After creating the initial photograph, the picture is printed on matte Diasec acrylic, and then precision-sawn. The crops are framed in oiled steel, within which is placed a Di-Tone waxed paper print.