Tag Archives: Design
I believe this is the best Ad I’ve seen for the Galaxy S3 in Kuwait by Zain, it’s in the avenues & its definitely an eye catcher.
Last week i got an invitation from Emad & Meshary the 2 talented kuwaiti designers i discovered and wrote about before ( check my previous posts Here & Here ) and as usual they never failed to amaze me with their designs. Too bad the booth was didnt show all their work coz mainly it was presented on a video and some sort of a slide show.
They showed me some of the projects they worked on and how they did overcome some challenging obstacles, i wont say how much i liked their work but ill leave you to decide for yourself click Here to check some of their previous art work & you may visit their official web site Here.
Took those pictures long time ago in Al-Mubarkeya “Kuwait City”, for the new lightened flooring being installed, Me & Mohd were wondering & debating around n about those lightened flooring small pieces working mechanism. All the sudden an old man approach us saying; Do you want to know all about those?? come with me (tbon t3rfoon shsalft hal 2ar’6eyat? t3alo m3ay)
Being one of those who are blessed to be having an Italian “Grinta”, i was strolling around the Emirates Stadium looking for a ticket to the upcoming Champions League AC Milan next game with Arsenal & i was literally stunned on the spot with how beautiful this stadium is.
Political street artist Peter Fuss’ billboard pieces entitled This Means Peace were first placed at a railway station in Gdansk, Poland in January 2008.As of last month, nearly four years later same billboards were placed in the U.S.
Designer Aaron Kuehn has just finished up his latest typographic piece entitled Skeleton Typogram. The skeletal system is composed of nearly every bone spelled out, each representing their specific part. A total of 676 letters were used in creating this poster. You can order a limited addition screen print of it through Kuehn’s website (Link)
London-based firm Foster + Partners, have just reviled the design for the new Kuwait International Airport “Officially”. The proposed airport will be able to handle 13 million annual travelers with the ability to expand to 50 million if needed. Made up of three symmetrical wings that will extend nearly a mile each, the airport will also include three levels each specialized for departure, arrivals, and baggage. To make the airport more user friendly and less confusing, there will be very few vertical changes. The continuous single roof will have glazed openings to allow in natural sunlight and extend to an outdoor canopy providing shade over the entrance area.