Saturday, July 02, 2005

Meet the Lebanese

Taking a cue from Icaro Doria, the Brazilian artist who uses country flags as graphic commentaries on sociopolitical issues, I've taken the liberty of designing a primitive version for Lebanon.

I'm sorry the text is in Arabic, there are some situations where English just won't do!
(click on the image for a larger version)


6 Comments:

Blogger Slink said...

:( I feel left out :(

9:28 PM, July 02, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know ur going to check this. I already can't wait for October!! I'll email you from CDG. Wa7ad Almaza please! Kaissak!!

1:00 AM, July 03, 2005  
Blogger Ramzi said...

Ahh Slink, I'm sorry! Ok, here's an attempt at translation but don't expect it to make much sense:

-Red: Want the old Lebanon
-White: Want a new Lebanon
-Green: Don't want either, they just want to be done with it all

Better?

1:02 AM, July 03, 2005  
Blogger Ramzi said...

Ayad!
You're the first to comment from an airport! Give Paris (and you-know-who in particular) my love. All the best in Cleveland!
Cheers mate...

1:07 AM, July 03, 2005  
Blogger Slink said...

thanks Ramzi!!! and no I guess it didn't make much sense to me... but you cared enough to translate! :) xxx

1:10 PM, July 04, 2005  
Anonymous Maya said...

Awesome! I also enjoyed the link and the other countries' flags. Some are funny, some are sad :(

Can you submit yours to their site?

5:58 PM, July 06, 2005  

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