One of the latest issues of a new series "Samir dans la poche" by publisher Samir.
The 1859 Novel "Sophie's Misfortunes" by french writer Comtesse de Ségur was finely illustrated by young Karine Zablit.
Every chapter starts with a small clay illustration photographed digitally by Elie Bekhazi.
Freelance designer with a Bachelor in graphic design (American University of Beirut, Lebanon); a Masters in media and communication studies (Goldsmiths College, London, UK) and a Masters in multimedia studies (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Paris, France), Jana Traboulsi is now a graphic design teacher at the American University of Beirut.
Above are samples of her drawings.
"Baghdad landscape" by Hussein Madi. Lebanese painter, sculptor and printmaker, considered among the Arab world's foremost artists. Born in 1938, Madi studied painting in Lebanon, then studied and worked in Rome from 1963 until 1987. He has had more than sixty solo exhibitions over the world.
Ghadi Ghosn is a lebanese illustrator with a Master in illustration from ALBA (Academie Libanaise des Beaux Arts). Ghosn already published a comic album in french: "le cri" and
he is also the co-founder of an illustration magazine called "le misérable".
Above are illustrations applied for last year's "Illustrate for the youth" contest, organized by the Lebanese ministry of culture and "la maison du livre". The theme of the contest was a Geha story.