S with love.

May have found GOD in a bag of gold sequins*
LATINO day poster for the Lebanese American University*

LATINO day poster for the Lebanese American University*

Some concepts and notions seem to have been on their way to extinction for centuries but they simply refuse to die and those that do seem to undergo an extraordinary process of rebirth, a sort of a conceptual reincarnation. It is as if humanity was designed to constantly reinvent itself in different forms of sameness.
After walking on the moon, the idea that the human psyche has not made any giant leaps for the past few centuries seems unthinkable. In today’s context, words such as stream, connect, load and the like, are alien to old civilizations yet they tend to describe the same ancient beliefs.
Postmodern Postmortem is a series of silkscreen posters that aim to visually critique the postmodern epoch and it’s icons by taking ancient notions of thought and clashing them with the digital analog age. Each poster is a unique piece of pain staking hours of manual production rebelling against the fast technological information era.
Are we recomposing a conceived past or are we inventing a new genre in an eternal conceptual symphony?
Only time can tell…
Find this project on Tumblr , Facebook, and the Behance Network

Some concepts and notions seem to have been on their way to extinction for centuries but they simply refuse to die and those that do seem to undergo an extraordinary process of rebirth, a sort of a conceptual reincarnation. It is as if humanity was designed to constantly reinvent itself in different forms of sameness.

After walking on the moon, the idea that the human psyche has not made any giant leaps for the past few centuries seems unthinkable. In today’s context, words such as stream, connect, load and the like, are alien to old civilizations yet they tend to describe the same ancient beliefs.

Postmodern Postmortem is a series of silkscreen posters that aim to visually critique the postmodern epoch and it’s icons by taking ancient notions of thought and clashing them with the digital analog age. Each poster is a unique piece of pain staking hours of manual production rebelling against the fast technological information era.

Are we recomposing a conceived past or are we inventing a new genre in an eternal conceptual symphony?

Only time can tell…

Find this project on Tumblr , Facebook, and the Behance Network

advertising design.

Social Campaign promoting Street Art*

inspired by Lebanese pop culture.

identity and website for client*

advertising design.

Poster for HOT SAUCE*

God did not stop the rain*
Art Installation

Enviromental Awareness
Umbrella Installation 

Facebook Page