I know I’ve been talking a lot about this new step in my life, but this blog has always been and will always be the space to express myself, and I just had to draw those. Late night musings. This new job/setting/experience/life has given me splashes of motivation, positivity, that I can hopefully pass on to you as well
Yea at this stage I wouldn’t be surprised if I started liking techno. Ok not that much Here’s a [everything-but-techno] song for you Have a wonderful day!
Wish me luck! Today’s my first day at my new job! A big thank you to Ayman Itani who made it happen; he is the person who has most supported me ever since I started the blog. Forgive me for not posting much, but the whole move and CC Beirut are taking up a lot of time.
I wish you all a wonderful week! Here’s Lhasa de Sela’s De Cara a la Pared from her fantastic album ‘La Llorona’. Enjoy!
Remember when I told you about my Birthday wish of turning Amalgam into an animated series? Well…… *drum roll* ……. it was actually a sample to submit to LBC intl [Leb TV channel] to feature it at the end of their night news!!!!!!!!!! And….. it got accepted, 1st episode will show starting April! I’m SO thrilled about it!!!! See you tonight on the news
What I’d like to share with you is the design process of the poster, which is a collaborative design between the talented Naeema Zarif and myself, à la Creative Commons
Step 1: I designed this
Step2: I sent it to Naeema, who sent me this back!
Step 3: I tried to mix both designs, CC-style
And… lo and behold, the CC Beirut Salon poster… [click to enlarge]
What do you think?
Now the next step is to SPREAD THE WORD! Join our Facebook event, and if you’re a blogger, download a banner from the options below to add to your blog!
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As for the line up of presentations at the event, here it is:
CC for visual arts
> Naeema Zarif
CC for media
> Jessica Dheere – SMEX
CC for filmmaking
> Cyril Aris & Mounia Akl – Beirut I love you (I love you not)
CC for geeks
> Leb Geeks
See you all at OBROS, Clemenceau on April 16 And to end it with music released under Creative Commons, here’s another song from Meen: Superhero