eL Seed is a French-Tunisian street artist whose works incorporate traditional Arabic calligraphy, a style he calls ‘calligraffiti.’ Incorporating elements of both the graffiti and Arabic calligraphic traditions, eL Seed is known for his unique style of calligraphy, which uses intricate composition to call not only on the words and their meaning, but also on their movement, to lure the viewer into a different state of mind.
Feeling the spring right now
I am mclovin this notebook that I got… in Ireland, and the brush pens (ugh they’re so good) and YES I AM AWARE I spelt wonderful wrong, call it artistic licence or maybe I did it on purpose, whatever floats your goat
Ft some painted pebbles from the beaches in Ireland and some eggs from the farm!! 🐔🌸🐔
“If you want to say something and have people listen then you have to wear a mask. If you want to be honest then you have to live a lie.” ― Banksy
10 / 06 / 2017 It was an afternoon of which we didn’t thought would be productive. This was me and Kin painting the 5th and 6th wall of our 10 wall street art project in Urgello St., Cebu. It took us to days to finish our pieces because the walls were huge and our ideas required maximum amount our time to be dealt with by which we can’t suffice due to the divided priorities between pharmacy and art but then again, we managed.
Our first mural collaboration was a huge success and this goes as my year ender piece for 2016. Didn’t expect the outcome of our spontaneous art collaboration would come out better than we’ve expected. Hence, I am going to stick with black and white because it looks classy and static. What a ride 2016 has been! More art collaborations and commissions for 2017!