illustration and book stuff in Lebanon
Farah Nehme published these 2 comic pages in the first Samandal issue.
Sirine Matta's Christmas card.
Illustrations we like
Comic artist Muhammad Moneimné gives us a manga style xmas.
A series of illustrations for the Monroe hotel in Beirut, by illustrator and animator Michel Dani Entirely done in Photoshop.
2005 till 2007 poster for the LAU Christmas choir performance. Designed and illustrated by Bahij Jaroudi.
Jo Baaklini and the tape. Why is this 90's color palette so attractive?This second illustration is now the header image of the BLIP blog Baaklini holds with illustrator Cynthia Merhej.
The first illustrated children's book by David Habchy. Published by al Khayyat al Saghir and written by Rania Zaghir. Very warm images and a love of details are becoming Habchy's sign. Follow the link to view the making of!
History of the Armenians III, illustration by Karim Farah and cover design by Vartan Avakian.
"La Fille à Cent Sous" a little animated short, illustrated by Joelle Achkar and Karen Klink; animated by Chadi Aoun. check it out on yelo studio's blog.
Another creation by Daniel Georges. Text and illustrations. Published by Assala.
A little sketch by Jana Traboulsi. Imagination or wisdom?
Poster design for David Habchy's new illustrated book Haltabees Haltabees, written by Rania Zaghir and published by "Al khayat al Saghir".
Saud Boksmati makes it clear he is keen on details in addition to being very observant.
Created by Nour Bishouty for the "Jordan River Foundation" online shop.
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