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THE ART OF HIGH JEWELLERY

Jamal Masarwa and Al Zain introduces timeless designs that shape an abundant future brimming with imagination, fantasy and wonder.

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THE LANGUAGE OF THE DESERT

JAMAL MASARWA X SPARK
SUMMER COLLECTION
As an ode to the summer months, Artist Jamal Masarwa eloquently interprets the power of calligraphy art on our Dresses and Kimonos, transforming the fabric into creative expressions of symbols and words from the desert. Find the full collection from Jamal at sparknow.com/blog/ss-2019.

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JAMAL MASARWA X ZANN

Custom uniq design for Z A N N Home Decor.
This master piece is designed with elements from the middle eastern culture. Featuring the Sabaa Ayoun, Islamic patterns, and Arabic calligraphy. 

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JAMAL MASARWA X KARIMA EL FILLALI

ALBUM COVER ART DESIGN
Digital album cover
by the Artist Karima El Fillali
"BIHAR EL HAWA"

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JAMAL MASARWA X CATARINA DIAZ

"'DAYDREAM حِلم"

2022There are happy encounters, and "Daydream" is undoubtedly one of them. It is the first collaborative piece between Catarina diaz @catarina_diaz_ and Jamal Masarwa @jamalmas , a Palestinian artist also living in London and whose artistic universe is close to the body of work that Catarina has been developing in recent years. Both believe in the transformative power of women in society, see nature as a place of freedom and relish creating new worlds with collage. 

In this work, digitally animated, a female figure looks at us, through large glasses, over her shoulder. Although frontal, this look is incidental and distant. The oscillating colour of the moving lenses further emphasises this physical barrier between us, the viewers, and the woman.She is with us but distant. The fluorescent yellow of her lips jumps out at us between the grey chromaticism used in much of the work and the soft tones of the flora that sprouts from her head.The background of the piece, though subtle, is all occupied by arabesques that take us to the Arabic world expressed by Jamal, also embellishing the female figure's body. There is a kind of chimaera or non-place in this whole context. How often do we look at someone and realise that that person is immersed in other plots, daydreaming of butterflies flying over the universe? And how many times those people are our own selves, escaping leaving the reality surrounding us and travelling to distant lands? The power of our mind has no limits. May we always have our "Daydream" as an expression of freedom and without any judgements