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    The Bekh [Spray] Stencil Book The Bekh [Spray] Stencil Book Document Transcript

    • bekh stencil collection issue #1 spring 2012
    • The Bekh [Spray] Stencil Book Issue 1 Issue 1 Produced and Handbound by Imad Shawa and Mike V. Derderian
    • Let us all Bekh! Bekh is a limited edition manually bound stencil book that is the first in a series of stencil collections we hope to publish periodically. The project bore out of passion for stencil, an untapped mode of expression in the Arab world. On one hand you have the internet, a vast world of free information where all can participate, and on the other hand you have traditional media, where the message is controlled by a select few. Enter stenciling and graffiti. Stencil graffiti takes the best from both worlds: 1. Anyone can do it; and 2. visibility is huge! This medium of expression is at its most powerful when done on large public surfaces (usually illegally) for an entire community to see. Stenciling as "graffiti" is perhaps one of the more exciting art forms in transmitting a message. There is an element of defiance that is unique and that's what lends it its charm. This first issue of Bekh features artists from Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan and Palestine. And each copy of this edition was made with sweat and tears, and long nights of cuttings, aligning, drawing and binding. We hope you enjoy it and tell your friends about it. If you get inspired, do your own stencil art and most likely you'll be featured in the next issue. Amman, March 30th 2012
    • Stencils & Artists 1. Let's Party … Rozz 2. V for Vendetta … Saad Ruslan 3. Boos Lee (Kiss Lee) … Sardine 4. Lobo … Aly Bchennaty a.k.a ALMA 5. My Country is Torn … Amer Ameen 6. Egypt Can Fly … Mo Fa 7. No Benches … Sardine 8. Tiger Tribal Art … Wael Adel Mustafa 9. Self Portrait … Rozz 10. Fatima … Hamid Sinno 11. Dead Sea Scuba Club … Mlabbas 12. Bull Shit … Mlabbas 13. Abul 7uroof … Awn Takruri 14. ascii Chaplin … Sardine 15. Daughter of Country, Sister to the People (Bin Al Watan Okht Al Sha3b) … Mlabbas 16. Love Knows No Religion … Mlabbas & Ibraheem Awamleh
    • CTRL + P Now that you know all about Bekh print out, cut out these wicked stencils and tag some walls!
    • Let's Party by Rozz
    • V for Vendetta by Saad Ruslan
    • Boos Lee (Kiss Lee) by Sardine
    • Lobo by Aly Bchennaty a.k.a ALMA
    • My Country is Torn by Amer Ameen
    • Egypt Can Fly by Mo Fa
    • No Benches by Sardine
    • Tiger Tribal Art by Wael Adel Mustafa
    • Self Portrait by Rozz
    • Fatima by Hamid Sinno
    • Dead Sea Scuba Club by Mlabbas
    • Bull Shit by Mlabbas
    • Abul 7uroof by Awn Takruri
    • ascii Chaplin by Sardine
    • Daughter of Country, Sister to the People (Bin Al Watan Okht Al Sha3b) by Mlabbas
    • Love Knows No Religion by Mlabbas & Ibraheem Awamleh
    • Cover Design By: Sardine For More Information on Submissions Contact Mlabbas: stencils@mlabbas.com fb.me/bekhistan @mlabbas www.bekh.org