Tagged: Illustration

Breakdown: US Aid To Egypt

In the aftermath of Egypt’s crackdown on protesters since the revolution began on January 25, 2011, Washington has announced it is reviewing its aid package to the country. Egypt receives...

Carlos Latuff Draws Revolts

I’ve always been a fan of cartoonist Carlos Latuff. The ongoing revolts in Tunisia, and the recent uprising in Egypt, as well as Al Jazeera’s release of The Palestine Papers, the largest-ever...

Buy Nothing Day

Stay Calm, Don’t Shop

November 27 is Buy Nothing Day against consumerist capitalism. I made these illustrations and will be thinking twice before I take out one Lira from my purse. There are several...

Body Line: Do Not Cross

My Body: A Line Not To Cross

November 9, 2010 marks the annual international “One Day, One Struggle” campaign, a unique effort to underscore the joint struggle against the violation of sexual and bodily rights in Muslim...

Nameless Faces

I’ve been thinking about creating an illustrated character and maybe adding a cartoon strip to my blog, as a means of expression through illustration. I thought it would be a...

10 Smoking Things

10 Things You Should Know About Smoking in Lebanon is an infographic I designed to support the new tobacco-control bill that has been submitted to the Lebanese Parliament. The new bill,...

Blog Action Day - Water and Gender

Woman In A Bottle

This illustration is my contribution to Blog Action Day 2010 to raise awareness about water. I chose the angle of water and gender. More on the Issue: Millions of women...

Google doodle inspired by Lebanese dialect

Hi! Kifkon? Ça va? – A Google Doodle

I made this Google Doodle for Abaadblobs.com, the search engine for the Lebanese blogosphere developed by @migheille. “Hi! Kifkon? Ça va?” is the typical Lebanese greeting, combining English (Hi), Arabic...