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Design, art, media, and a revolution
Postcards turned canvasses
Royal Guard of Arab Revolutions

‎إذا الشّعْبُ يَوْمَاً أرَادَ الْحَيَـاةَ   فلا بُدَّ أنْ يَسْتَجِيبَ القَـدَر
‎وَلا بُـدَّ لِلَّيـْلِ أنْ يَنْجَلِــي   وَلا بُدَّ للقَيْدِ أَنْ يَـنْكَسِـر

When people choose a noble and worthy existence
The Fates will accordingly respond
Gloom of night will lift and vanish
Fetters will break open
Capture of Buro247 article on 2014's LoudArt exhibition selection
"In its third consecutive year, LOUD ART; the eastern provinces’ hotly celebrated art event is proud to announce it’s collaboration with Nuqat, the biggest creative conference in the region.
Nuqat, a platform of communication that connects and educates creatives in the Gulf and the Middle East, will be partnering with LOUD Art to execute its 2013 ‘Executing Culture Shock’, an Art concept and theme that was introduced in Kuwait last year.
The purpose of introducing this theme is to challenge and examine the experience of cultural change and its effect on artists and designers. It will also assess the role of art experts and advocates in executing change within a transforming culture, through exploring its transitional levels."
Meraki [Revolution of Art + The Art of Revolution]
This is a word that modern Greeks often use to describe what happens when you leave a piece of yourself (your soul, creativity, or love) in your work. When you love doing something, anything, so much that you put something of yourself into it.
Lonely bird. Communicate for peace.