Window display design for radio stations’ Play 99.6 and Sunny 105.1 offices in Taj Mall, Amman. Graphics designed reflect the radio stations’ dynamic, youth oriented brands.
Art direction and lead designer
Interruptions; experimentations on architecture, art and culture in the Levant.
Interruptions is magazine issued by a group students. The publication discusses contemporary architecture, urban and social issues of Amman, Jordan and the region.
A new layout and grid system was created, setting the typography style and colour scheme. The project included working closely with the core team and content contributors to design the last two issues of Interruptions magazine (Banana and Noise). and co-directing a workshop (Catatonia)put together to create the main feature of the last issue.
Art director, head of design team
Branding, concept design, layout, graphics
Catatonia: A Workshop organized by Interruptions bringing together a multi-disciplinary design team to reform the city for cats as co-existing creatures who occupy our natural and built contexts. The participants dreamt up a hypothetical organized society of street cats, and attempted to redesign Paris Circle in Webdeh, Amman into a cat friendly urban environment which sought to create systems and structure to provide food, shelter, security and safety to the cat community.
Participants: Ali Misleh, Dana Qabbani, Dina Haddadin, Hadi Aleddin, Mike Derderian, Rula Yaghmour, Toleen Touq, Yazan Baggili, Khaled Sedki
Blouzaat is a cross-cultural, cross-media project, started in 2007 by a group of artists, designers and type enthusiasts from Jordan and Germany.
Exploring urban art and design through canvas, walls, silkscreen, clothing, and books, Blouzaat’s intention is to add to the urban art in the scene by tapping into culture, music, and any other form of self expression. Blouzaat is a visual and intellectual investigation of cultural dynamics, aimed at introducing a hybrid unknown entity that is the result of a combustion of Arab and Western cultures, through the use of multi-lingual typography, mutated indigenous clichés and newborn identities native only to Blouzaat.