“The words of Veronica Forrest-Thomson” by eL Seed in Cambridge, United Kingdom

After a few year break, French-Tunisian artist eL Seed is back in the UK where just a few moments ago he wrapped a mural which was curated by Kettle’s Yard for their “Actions. The image of the world can be different” exhibition opening on 10th of February. To show the words of Veronica Forrest-Thomson, eL Seed uses intricate composition

eL Seed in Ajman, UAE

Arabic Calligraphy artist eL Seed recently completed a beautiful new piece with NA7Tdesigns in Ajman, UAE for the Ajman Mural Project. Painting in downtown, the French-Tunisian artist brought to life another of his signature pieces which will surely be enjoyed by the locals for years to come. Big, bold and unmissable, they present a fresh take

Work In Progress by eL Seed in Ajman, UAE

Dubai-based street artist eL Seed is currently in Ajman, UAE where he recently started working on a large new mural located in the city-centre. Assisted by Na7t and despite the scorching heat, the talented artist has been hard at work to create another of his signature calligraphy-based artwork that has been appearing all over the world

Coverage: “Between The Lines” Group Show @ Dubai’s The Mine

Last week in Dubai, the “Between The Lines” group exhibition curated by Rom Levy opened its doors at The Mine Gallery in the Al Quoz district of Dubai. In a jam packed venue, the attendees were in for a treat discovering brand new canvas and paper works by RETNA, Paul Insect, Andrew Schoultz, Bast, Jenny Sharaf,

Preview: “Between The Lines” @ The Mine Dubai

Later this month, an exciting group exhibition entitled “Between The Lines” will be opening in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at The Mine Gallery. Curated by Rom Levy, the exhibition will be featuring brand new works from: Andrew Schoultz, Kenton Parker, RETNA, Andrew Faris, Paul Insect, BAST, eL Seed, Jenny Sharaf and Word to Mother. If you

“Perception” by eL Seed in Cairo, Egypt

In his new project ‘Perception’, eL Seed questioned the level of judgment and misconception society can unconsciously have upon a community based on their differences. In the neighborhood of Manshiyat Nasr in Cairo, the Coptic community of Zaraeeb collects the trash of the city for decades and developed the most efficient and highly profitable recycling system on

eL Seed creates a brand new mural in Shoreditch, London

eL Seed spent most of last week in Shoreditch, East London working on a brand new piece for the Shubbak Festival.Shubbak is the UK’s premier festival of contemporary Arab culture, presenting outstanding international Arab artists in LondonPainting on the famed Village Underground mural, the Tunisian muralist brought to life some of his signature Arabic-Persian typography

eL Seed creates a new mural for DJART on the streets of Algiers in Algeria

eL Seed recently spent some time in North Africa where he was invited by the DJART project to paint a new piece on the streets of Algiers in Algeria.The Tunisian calligraphy artist went big with this beautiful piece which is based on the song “Bilad Al Khayr” from Dahman El Harrachi. In case you read arabic,