by Ammar K. Alqamash,
The more I try to find myself, the more I get lost in my memories
by Iman Abbaro,
We may lose ourselves along the journey only to find ourselves with a stronger sense of our heritage and a new identity formed within our new home
by Aziza Afzal & Eden Chinn
May safe passage be granted to all the parts of our wholes
by Entisar Mohannayeh
Acknowledge your dark side
by Adnan Samman,
Lebanon's beauty lies in its layers of contradiction
by Mahya Soltani محیا سلطاني,
You don't literally step on my eyes...
by Ahmed Alrefaie,
Bringing modern and traditional culture together
by Sarah Ahmed (@glitchedplant)
Right now, an alien invasion wouldn't be the worst thing to happen...
with Mohammad Zaza,
All the elements of creation, both natural and technological, are already expressed in the universe
by Lizzy Vartanian Collier,
Steeped in themes of loss, Syrian art continues to grow
by Omar Alhashani & Amir H. Fallah,
In this interview, Amir Fallah discusses his research process, immigration, and small possessions.
by Hamza Bilbeisi,
"You escaped a war but I just, escaped an air-conditioned home..."
by Rawand Issa
This publication’s goal is not meant for profit, rather merely to be seen, and to be seen through it.
by Nour Hifaoui Fakhoury
In a violent society, anxiety rules our core of being.
by Bayan Abdullateef
At around the age of twelve, one of my teachers said to me: “A girl’s honor is like a matchstick.”
by Sara Aladayleh
I consider my art a gateway to my perception of entities, objects, or ideas.
by Rama Duwaji
Women of the orient are constantly dehumanized, either seen as exotic or dangerous.
by Ayham Jabr
If, by chance, you find yourself in peace, for example, in any art piece you view, don’t panic.
by Zaina El Said
I focus on creating harmony through differences, and oneness from contrast of color and ideas to convey the importance of transcending divisions if one is to focus on beauty.
by Dilan Arslan
I am a Zaza Kurd, and my ancestors have lived in this village in Sivas, Turkey for hundreds of years.
by Hoda Katebi,
Tehran Streetstyle is a project of radical identity reclamation through fashion and portraiture.
by Shoug Sagur
Why is it so weird for me to walk these streets? Why does every foreign person who passes by me look surprised that I’m here?
by Sultan Al Ramahi
The same characters appear again and again, in one way or another, until we don’t know who’s killing, occupying, oppressing, or stealing from us.
by Mohammed Khalid
As a country, have we experienced enough sadness to have a happiness street?
by Amir H. Fallah
My approach to art making is akin to the process of an archaeological dig.
The soundtrack for Issue 1. DISORIENT
A fusion of Lebanese politics and eclectic beats.