Lamia Ziadé's illustration print for Issey Miyake's 2001 winter collection.
Angela Nurpetlian is a young Lebanese illustrator and musician graduated from ALBA (Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts) in illustration. She also worked as a freelancer on various illustration jobs for children's books and textbooks.
Above is an academic work illustrating Carroll Lewis's famous tale, Alice in wonderland.
Joelle Achkar is an ALBA (Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts) graduate in illustration.
Her first book "Faits et méfaits" was co-financed by the SILEX cultural association.
Above are visuals from an academic work illustrating "Wang-Fô", a novel by Marguerite Yourcenar.
Oussama Mezher is a Concordia University graduate in design and computation arts.
With freelance jobs in various fields, Mezher also illustrates for children's books and children's magazines such as "Touta Touta" and "Ahmad Magazine".
Above: "where is my ball", a children book published by Dar el Hadaek.
Lebanese illustrator Élie Klimos started creating comic books in 1974 and also worked as a children's book illustrator. He moved to Quebec due to the civil war in Lebanon and In 1992 he took over the artwork of the series "Timon des Blés" at Glénat publishers. He also created "Le Parfum des Cèdres" with scriptwriter Daniel Bardet for the same publishing house.
Maya Fidawi is the illustrator behind the satirical guides to the Lebanese:
"life's like that" and "life's even more like that" published at Turning Point.
Fidawi's amusing characters gives us a little insight into her sense of
observation and her subtle humour.