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Idea & Design By: Ahmed Said Hosni Mubarak Illustration By: Mohamed Gaber Tools Used: Freehand sketching, Illustrator, Photoshop Music By: Joe Hi… Read More
Idea & Design By: Ahmed Said Hosni Mubarak Illustration By: Mohamed Gaber Tools Used: Freehand sketching, Illustrator, Photoshop Music By: Joe Hisaishi مهداة الى روح كل مصري و مصرية أفدوا أرواحهم في سبيل حرية هذا الوطن Dedicated to the soul of every Egyptian that gave his/her soul for the sake of the freedom of this country Live The Egyptian Dream design concept gained its inspiration from the 25th of January revolution in which the Egyptians decided to revolt against the 30-years Hosni Mubarak's regime. The illustration of Hosni Mubarak is shown partially under the black-white flag of Egypt indicating the gradual step down of his regime. The clouds covering the sun represent the violence and struggle the revolutionists faced. The two flags of Egypt standing on poles represent Tahrir Square and the fuzziness of the flags indicate the transitional phase of the change. The Egyptian flag was purposely left blank without the eagle. Instead, the eagle left the flag, flew away, opened its wings to celebrate the triumph of the revolution and freedom.. Read Less
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Idea & Design By: Ahmed Said
Hosni Mubarak Illustration By: Mohamed Gaber
Tools Used: Freehand sketching, Illustrator, Photoshop
Music By: Joe Hisaishi
مهداة الى روح كل مصري و مصرية أفدوا أرواحهم في سبيل حرية هذا الوطن
Dedicated to the soul of every Egyptian that gave his/her soul for the sake of the freedom of this country
Live The Egyptian Dream design concept gained its inspiration from the
25th of January revolution in which the Egyptians decided to revolt against the 30-years Hosni Mubarak's regime. The illustration of Hosni Mubarak is shown partially under the black-white flag of Egypt indicating the gradual step down of his regime. The clouds covering the sun represent the violence and struggle the revolutionists faced. The two flags of Egypt standing on poles represent Tahrir Square and the fuzziness of the flags indicate the transitional phase of the change. The Egyptian flag was purposely left blank without the eagle. Instead, the eagle left the flag, flew away, opened its wings to celebrate the triumph of the revolution and freedom..
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