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Heeseop Yoon uses black tape to create her enlarged wall drawings, working additively such that her mistakes and miscalculations are visible in the final installation. She’s interested in this paradox: the more she corrects her work, the less legible the drawing becomes.

Heeseop Yoon uses black tape to create her enlarged wall drawings, working additively such that her mistakes and miscalculations are visible in the final installation. She’s interested in this paradox: the more she corrects her work, the less legible the drawing becomes.

Interview: eL Seed Talks Calligraffiti, the Jara Mosque, and Painting Tunnels in Doha

Interview: eL Seed Talks Calligraffiti, the Jara Mosque, and Painting Tunnels in Doha

Free belly dance classes: Interview with the Arabic Calligraffiti master El Seed

El Seed is a French Graffiti artist that uses spray paint and other materials to paint both small and large murals of calligraphy. He warps Calligraffiti to make it Graffiti, therefore making it into what he calls, "Calligraphy". His works can be seen in the Middle East, especially in his hometown of Tunisia all the way to Berlin and Chicago. Probably his most famous work can be seen on the side of the tallest minaret in Tunisia. His work can also be found in the Qatar Museums of Islamic…

El Seed is a French Graffiti artist that uses spray paint and other materials to paint both small and large murals of calligraphy. He warps Calligraffiti to make it Graffiti, therefore making it into what he calls, "Calligraphy". His works can be seen in the Middle East, especially in his hometown of Tunisia all the way to Berlin and Chicago. Probably his most famous work can be seen on the side of the tallest minaret in Tunisia. His work can also be found in the Qatar Museums of Islamic…

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