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In your wearable artwork, the artist Mohamad Badr, is a “Dreamer in Dubai” waiting to get onboard a new adventure in a new country.
This is a piece that captures the challenges one faces by trying to keep up with today’s fast-paced life, while focusing on their own passion and growth.
Be a ‘Dreamer’ in Dubai or anywhere you choose; embark on this journey and explore untraveled paths that would only lead you to new beginnings.750 AED
This wearable artwork takes you on a walk in the “Streets of Beirut” through the visual collage of the artist Ghena Safawi. It is a representation of the city’s post-war glory – where you can still see traces of the past intertwine with the present to create a promising future.
With a splash of red, the artist visualizes a city bursting with energy – where the liveliness of the people echoes through its unshakable walls and resonates in its historical streets.480 AED
For the artist Rana Zaher, “The Guardian of Aleppo” is her youth. In her interpretation of the carvings uncovered in the Temple of the Storm God – one of ancient Aleppo’s main deities – Rana portrays the sphinx as a child, to represent the country’s bright future.
As for the other stylistic details, they are a reminder of how a country’s culture can survive the test of time through its art.480 AED
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Captured by Mohamad Badr at the iconic ‘Sheikh Zayed Mosque’ in Abu Dhabi, this photograph depicts a woman standing still in the middle of an arched pillar; seemingly drawing power from the “Serenity of Light” to find comfort in the chaos surrounding her.
Our most popular wearable artwork, it is a piece that celebrates geometry in both life and architecture, where one needs to shed the light on the center to understand the whole.450 AED
Your wearable artwork “The Seven Gates of Heaven” by Elyas Arayess, is an illustration that praises the beauty and authenticity of Damascus. Each motif is inspired by the rich patterns that ornate old Damascene houses and palaces. Using Arabic calligraphy, it states: “Your paradise has one gate, mine has seven”. This is a literary illustration of the belief that Damascus will remain a symbol of resilience and an eternal heaven for beauty and inspiration, despite everything that history continues to throw at it.230 AED
An illustration that praises the beauty and authenticity of Damascus. Each motif is inspired by the rich patterns that ornate old Damascene houses and palaces. Using Arabic calligraphy, it states: “Your paradise has one gate, mine has seven”. This is a literary illustration of the belief that Damascus will remain a symbol of resilience and an eternal heaven for beauty and inspiration.450 AED