Assulin (born 1981) lives and works in Ofakim, his childhood town, away from the Israeli artistic center. He graduated from the art department at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and a holds a Masters degree in the Advanced Studies Program at Bezalel. Eyal won the Young Artist prize in 2014 and the Artist in the Community Award for 2010-2014 (the only artist granted for four consecutive years) for his work with local communities in Ofakim and the Bedouin city Rahat.

In the past seven years Eyal has initiated social art projects proactive in the Negev, contributing to his neighboring communities. Eyal is a moderator and the operator of a first of its kind artistic & social pilot program Creative Place Making &Augmented Reality in Ofakim and Sderot, with the support of the Negev coalition and Ness foundation. He is also a lecturer at Sapir College School of Art and Kaye College.

Assuli’s work has been shown at Museums and galleries in Israel and around the world. Among them: the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Museum of Petah Tikva, Israel Center for Digital Art, Ashdod Art Museum, Museum of the Negev, Center for Contemporary Art NIMAC Nicosia ,Cyprus, and a solo exhibition in the Beelden Aan Zee Museum in The Hague, Netherlands.

Eyal's works are in various art collections Among them: the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Museum of Petah Tikva, Israel Center for Digital Art, Museum of the Negev in Beer Sheva, Haifa Museum of Art and the Beelden Aan Zee Museum in The Hague, Netherlands.