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    An illustration of the Druze/Lebanese male viewpoint and on the research of a topic, Oppression and Violence of Lebanese Women. Client: Maysar S… Read More
    An illustration of the Druze/Lebanese male viewpoint and on the research of a topic, Oppression and Violence of Lebanese Women. Client: Maysar Sarieddine Direction in Concept/Design: Masyar Sarieddine Assist in Concept/Design and Illustrator: Chris Cappilla Read Less
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(Music: The Only Way by Three Laws for project purposes only)

This is an illustration that was part of a larger project, the fieldwork assignment and presentation for the client's Doctorate Degree in Psychology. This was to help represent his research from his one-on-one interviews with 16 men, from different generations, residing in the Chouf District of Mount Lebanon, and their viewpoints toward the oppression and violence against Lebanese women. There's a second illustration from the viewpoint of women, which can be seen here: Oppression and Violence Against Women Illustration #1. The client is very passionate about this topic and had a lot of input on the illustration as well as had me reference pieces from a couple of different artists, but still allowed me the creative freedom on conceptual elements and design. The size of the piece was to be large enough to present to a room of people and ended up being 74in x 48in. Includes header which we decided to make part of the illustration, while still matching second poster below.  

Client: Maysar Sarieddine
Assist in Concept/Design and Illustrator: Chris Cappilla
// Sketching //
// Header //
(needed to match second poster)
// Vector Linework //
// Anchors //
// Final Artwork //
// Conclusion on Topic //
"The family is a gilded cage – protection and prison, security and bondage."
// Second Poster //
(created by another designer)



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