Fatma Loves to Draw!

Fatma Al-Remaihi is a drawer in the virtual world, a graphic designer in "real life." In other words, being in the wrong place at the wrong time all the time.
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Oriona Fenwick 
"Hallowed" 
"Hand" 
"Humble"
"Highest" 
"Hungry"


"HIGH HOKUM/ Personal project. My interpretation of the way people go about collecting and gathering things, whether personal items as in specific objects or emotions and memories."
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rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Oriona Fenwick 
"Hallowed" 
"Hand" 
"Humble"
"Highest" 
"Hungry"


"HIGH HOKUM/ Personal project. My interpretation of the way people go about collecting and gathering things, whether personal items as in specific objects or emotions and memories."
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Info
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Oriona Fenwick 
"Hallowed" 
"Hand" 
"Humble"
"Highest" 
"Hungry"


"HIGH HOKUM/ Personal project. My interpretation of the way people go about collecting and gathering things, whether personal items as in specific objects or emotions and memories."
Zoom
Info
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Oriona Fenwick 
"Hallowed" 
"Hand" 
"Humble"
"Highest" 
"Hungry"


"HIGH HOKUM/ Personal project. My interpretation of the way people go about collecting and gathering things, whether personal items as in specific objects or emotions and memories."
Zoom
Info
rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Oriona Fenwick 
"Hallowed" 
"Hand" 
"Humble"
"Highest" 
"Hungry"


"HIGH HOKUM/ Personal project. My interpretation of the way people go about collecting and gathering things, whether personal items as in specific objects or emotions and memories."
Zoom
Info

rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

Oriona Fenwick 

"Hallowed"

"Hand"

"Humble"

"Highest"

"Hungry"

"HIGH HOKUM/ Personal project. My interpretation of the way people go about collecting and gathering things, whether personal items as in specific objects or emotions and memories."

yearinculture:

In August 1999, Michael Blum purchased a pair of Nike sneakers in Paris. Two years later he travelled back to where they came from - ‘Indonesia, according to the label’ - to try and learn more about them.
Blum portrays in his film the global recognition the brand has. He captures the company’s advertisments, plastered on billboards with only the Nike symbol visible. The “swoosh” is recognisable without a name to identify it, a logo so powerful that the products it represents become secondary.
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yearinculture:

In August 1999, Michael Blum purchased a pair of Nike sneakers in Paris. Two years later he travelled back to where they came from - ‘Indonesia, according to the label’ - to try and learn more about them.

Blum portrays in his film the global recognition the brand has. He captures the company’s advertisments, plastered on billboards with only the Nike symbol visible. The “swoosh” is recognisable without a name to identify it, a logo so powerful that the products it represents become secondary.

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