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4 eyes encounter in the street Mazen Kerbaj  (Lebanese artist)

4 eyes encounter in the street Mazen Kerbaj (Lebanese artist)

Blanka Matragi - "Elements: Love", 2017 collection

When Art meets Fashion

I had the chance to meet and interview Blanka Matragi in her bespoke atelier in Hamra street in Beirut. She is a Czech-Lebanese fashion designer who mingles diverse art forms into her Haute Couture and Ready-to-Wear collections. Her love of tailoring, her artistic concepts mixed to her innovative techniques make her unique: no wonder that her favorite motto is “take things out of the ordinary”!

When Art meets Fashion

I had the chance to meet and interview Blanka Matragi in her bespoke atelier in Hamra street in Beirut. She is a Czech-Lebanese fashion designer who mingles diverse art forms into her Haute Couture and Ready-to-Wear collections. Her love of tailoring, her artistic concepts mixed to her innovative techniques make her unique: no wonder that her favorite motto is “take things out of the ordinary”!

A Lebanese team of artists/designers, known as Dihzahyners color the streets of Beirut through initiatives such as 'Paint up!'. The latest project gathered

Street art on the steps of Beirut by Dihzahyners

A Lebanese team of artists/designers, known as Dihzahyners color the streets of Beirut through initiatives such as 'Paint up!'. The latest project gathered

The street art scene in the Lebanese capital of Beirut reflects the citys unique identity; an Arab city rich with diverse cultures and Western influences. While graffiti has existed in Beirut for more than a decade, many artists credit the 2006 civil war as the catalyst for the evolution of the vibrant street scene. Today, Beirut is the hub of ...

The street art scene in the Lebanese capital of Beirut reflects the citys unique identity; an Arab city rich with diverse cultures and Western influences. While graffiti has existed in Beirut for more than a decade, many artists credit the 2006 civil war as the catalyst for the evolution of the vibrant street scene. Today, Beirut is the hub of ...

Yazan Halwani, in front of one of his street painting of Fayruz. One of the youngest graffiti artists in the Middle East and probably one of the most talented Lebanese street art painters emerging today. Beirut became his playground, and Niels Shoe Meulman – an artist from Netherlands – his mentor. When Halwani discovered what Meulman defined as “Calligraffiti”.  He copied a calligraphy book from his uncle and taught himself the ancestral techniques.

Yazan Halwani, in front of one of his street painting of Fayruz. One of the youngest graffiti artists in the Middle East and probably one of the most talented Lebanese street art painters emerging today. Beirut became his playground, and Niels Shoe Meulman – an artist from Netherlands – his mentor. When Halwani discovered what Meulman defined as “Calligraffiti”. He copied a calligraphy book from his uncle and taught himself the ancestral techniques.

A Massive Mural on Hamra Street, Rebels Like Us, In an effort to help local graffiti artists hone their talents, the Beirut Art Center, in cooperation with the Lebanese NGO, Saradar, have launched the White Wall project which has brought together a ...

A Massive Mural on Hamra Street, Rebels Like Us, In an effort to help local graffiti artists hone their talents, the Beirut Art Center, in cooperation with the Lebanese NGO, Saradar, have launched the White Wall project which has brought together a ...

Mural of Lebanese singer and actress Sabah in the Hamra neighborhood of Beirut. By #PRINT New Visual Artist Yazan Halwani

15 Artists Under 30: The Street Art & Calligraphy of Yazan Halwani

Mural of Lebanese singer and actress Sabah in the Hamra neighborhood of Beirut. By #PRINT New Visual Artist Yazan Halwani

I had the chance to meet and interview Blanka Matragi in her bespoke atelier in Hamra street in Beirut. She is a Czech-Lebanese fashion designer who mingles diverse art forms into her Haute Couture and Ready-to-Wear collections. Her love of tailoring, her artistic concepts mixed to her innovative techniques make her unique: no wonder that her favorite motto is “take things out of the ordinary”!

When Art meets Fashion

I had the chance to meet and interview Blanka Matragi in her bespoke atelier in Hamra street in Beirut. She is a Czech-Lebanese fashion designer who mingles diverse art forms into her Haute Couture and Ready-to-Wear collections. Her love of tailoring, her artistic concepts mixed to her innovative techniques make her unique: no wonder that her favorite motto is “take things out of the ordinary”!

ADD Street Dance at UNESCO Palace, Workshop or Class, The Artistic Dance Department of the Lebanese Dance Council presents ADD Street Dance, a five-style dancing workshop that will be followed by a dancing competition. Join them to compete with several d...

ADD Street Dance at UNESCO Palace, Workshop or Class, The Artistic Dance Department of the Lebanese Dance Council presents ADD Street Dance, a five-style dancing workshop that will be followed by a dancing competition. Join them to compete with several d...

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