The beauty of this rare Himalayan male Pheasant is illustrated with vibrant colors using watercolor base, details pencilled in.
A visual representation of a consummated brain – when random but overwhelming thoughts have to leak out.
This series of 3 portrays the different ways to someone’s heart; sight, touch and instinct, eye, hand, and chest.
Baladak was about the freedom to express our city through our eyes, calling on graffiti and wall artists from around Jordan to participate.
The Pomegranate, part of a collection that played with the “heart of fruit” pun, is made to look like the anatomy of a heart, with the valves showing only on closer introspection.
Birds are the original fashionistas of the universe. Colorful, vibrant, and full of attitude – they are the perfect subject to draw.
Photographer Bashar Alaeddin wanted to document an artist painting their own self portrait on his studio wall.
Sometimes, it is the simplest forms that create a fuller story.
Love – where it starts and ends.
It is said that the phrase “X marks the spot” was put into common usage by executioners.
This pieces takes the often ignored figure of the black swan, the cliche of the outcast, and renders its long majestic neck knotted.
This piece strips its subject down to the basics, the basics of hunger and drive. Using a single pencil to finish this piece, most of the work went into the fluid heading of the details.
Based on Snow White’s famed poisoned apple scene, this composition shows how no two hearts break the same way.
I fell in love with this birds simple but contrasting color scheme of black, white and red.