Comics on Ceramics!

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Et voilà, that’s the big secret behind my more-than-usual absence! I missed you so much, glad to be back posting and updating you! So the idea is that a book signing is planned on October 28th, 2009 at Ceramic Lounge, Saïfi Village, starting 6 PM. You will also be able to paint your stress away with the special edition comics I’ve illustrated exclusively for Ceramic Lounge, that you can trace on ceramic items. You can also get mugs that I painted for you… Click here for the Facebook event page.

Here is the flier promoting the event. Hope to see you all there!! simple smile Comics on Ceramics! Have a beautiful day

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About Maya Zankoul

I'm a passionate Cartoonist, Graphic Artist and UI/UX designer. In addition to drawing private commissions, I love designing websites, iPhone & iPad apps, and more. I wrote 2 comics books and love to draw here on my blog.
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9 Responses to Comics on Ceramics!

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  2. darinerachkidy says:

    so happy for u princess…
    the “good morning” mug is a must have… now i know what i’ve been missing!!!

  3. nayla says:

    nice :) i like personalized stuff 😀

  4. Fadi says:

    Business is going well! I am so happy that for once Lebanese recognise and encourage talented artists and not just taste-less expensive crap!

    Things change. Mabrouk!

  5. Asaph says:

    This is absolutely beautiful.
    wish i could be there…

  6. Serpico says:

    Maybe I can buy some mugs made by you whenever I visit Lebanon. You should start your online business for the Lebanese abroad :)

  7. Ahmad Osman says:

    I think that Fadi is right. It is about time we recognise local talents, and that our gift items become inspired by our reality, as opposed to imported gift items (which carry with them their own narratives, and which could be fun but are always irrelevant to us). I wish you all the best.

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