Hacking Design is a DIY kit for designers that allows them to hack or print over existing prints. The kits includes the drawing device and an open source typeface designed for the machine (it’s regular and scribbled alternative).
Fragments of Souk Al Haramiya - Serene Salam
The city burdens worn clothes and worries... Drawers that fit what remains from the city- and us. Serene searches through one of them and endeavors to rearrange the place.
Untitled Artwork - Yara Temsah
Artwork contains artists testimony, explaining her experience, accompanied by a digital-art piece created while she was recovering, enduring the most difficult time of her life.
A Walk. A Stop. - Farah Hindawi
The concept of these pictures is to walk with the artist limitless to get to know who she is by not saying a word, but visualizing it.
Ein is for Nest - Nour AlBrzawi
In nests, we can exchange our own knowledge and resources with those around us, learn to make identity and belonging as a practice of difference, and cultivate “mutual wonder” (Ibn Tufayl).
Risoprints - Sara Alafifi
In her Zine, the artist wanted to present to people sayings that confront the repercussions of psychological oppression in the Middle East and the mechanisms that sustain this network.