Aquarelle and collage, an illustration by Joelle Achkar found in her online "flickr" album.
A "falafel" style flash game, designed and programmed by Wixel studios, Lebanon. Furn el Shebbak is the name of a neighborhood in Beirut named after a famous "manakish furn" (bakery) there. The purpose of the "Furn el Shebbak" game is to please as much customers as possible, baking zaatar, jebneh, labneh or lahm ba'ajine manakish as quickly as possible! Extremely Lebanese characters with lots of typical Lebanese bakery details! A-d-d-i-c-t-i-v-e!
Ghassan Halwani was born in Beirut in 1979. He completed a master’s degree in marketing and advertising and then went to Paris to pursue a degree in photography and a bachelor’s degree in fine art. He has worked on children’s books as well as in Aeolian industries.
Above is an untitled work exhibited at the "XXVIIème Salon d'Automne" of Beirut, on march 2008. Mixed media on paper, 226 x 110 cm.
Born in 1985 in Lebanon, Karen Klink is a young Lebanese illustrator currently living and working in Barcelona. Klink began studying Creative Advertising in Alba (Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts) and graduated by choosing Illustration and Comics as a focus. Her latest works are involved in site specific art and children books illustration.
Above, an illustration entitled "a hole in the globe".
A Royal College of Art illustration project by Lebanese illustrator and graphic designer Rasha Kahil.
Illustrations of 8 different short stories from Miranda July's book No One Belongs Here More Than You. A mixture of photography, illustration, and 3-D set design.
An academic project by Marie-Joe Ayoub after completing her Master in Illustration at ALBA (Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts). A compilation between full page illustrations and comic strips, "Tuiles de Beyrouth" is a tribute to the old houses of Beirut and a spotlight on Lebanon's architectural heritage.
Published at "Alba Editions".