The title is a line from the Poem أنا وليلى for حسن المرواني
The title is a line from the song ما علينا for أبو بكر سالم
What have I learned after 5 years? I asked myself this question months ago, but I just couldn’t come up … Continue Reading HAPPY 5th ANNIVERSARY!
The title is a line from the song 1949 by Grasscut This piece took me two days to finish. I … Continue Reading “Very little colour of availability”
NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE The title is a line from the song “Ocean” by Lou Reed When I went to … Continue Reading “Don’t swim tonight my love”
The title is a line from the song “Yellow” by Coldplay
Title is from the song “The Night We Met” by Lord Huron The way I felt away from you … Continue Reading “I had all and then most of you Some and now none of you”
The title is a line from the song “Ocean in the Way” by Dinosaur Jr It was calm. Blue … Continue Reading “Ma ma ma ma ma ma, ma ma ma ma, ma ma ma”
I have been living in SF Bay Area for 6 years now. I have always wanted to visited Moraga Stairs … Continue Reading A beautiful day by beautiful tiles!
When you first land in San Francisco, you silently agree to leave your heart behind you when you fly away. … Continue Reading “I lost my head in San Francisco”
Left photo: June 2015. Dubai Airport, UAE. Path filter applied. Right photo: October 2016. Westfield, San Diego, CA. No filter applied. … Continue Reading A simple change …
The title is a line from the song “Octopus’s Garden” by The Beetles.
The title is a line from the song “Sail on Sailor” by The Beach Boys Being so close to reach … Continue Reading “I sailed an ocean, unsettled ocean Through restful waters and deep commotion”
A third portion of my Master’s Degree project was dedicated to teaching English as a second language through the use … Continue Reading Teaching English through the use of Graphic Novels & Comic Strips.
The title is a line from the song “Bitter Sweet Symphony” by The Verve. . . . . All I … Continue Reading “But the airwaves are clean and there’s nobody singing to me now”
The title is a line from the song “January Hymn” by The Decembrists