Monday, June 09, 2008

Amer, Farah and Zeina

After a one year of extensive work my three graduation students have managed to pull through... and produce some great work... I'm very proud of their work... and I wish them the very best in their careers....

Amer Daboub 'Reaching Where?' Campaign



Amer's project was two animations that tackle the issue of technology abuse... and how all these new technologies and ways of communications though connected us with those far away they have deprived those around us from our real human connections...
Amer drew all the frames of his animation on paper then scanned and painted them using Adobe Photoshop... the compilation of the animation was done using Adobe Aftereffects and the audio using Adobe Premier...
Aside from the two animations he designed a set of posters as part of his campaign...
His campaign is made in Arabic and is named ٌالى اين سنصل


UPDATE: watch the animations




Farah Aburoos Khuz3ablat : Superstitions

Farah made an animation about the issue of superstitions and how they are only figments inside the human mind... she has made all the illustrations and drawings using Adobe Illustrator and the animation using Adobe Aftereffects...
She takes the viewer inside the eye of a fortune teller and travel in this fantastic world of superstitions... I'm not going to spoil it for you... but the animation will be on-line soon...
Farah has good sketching abilities and has mastered her tools to suit her purpose quite well...



Zeina Darwazeh About Amman : digital maps of Amman

Zeina have designed a set of maps about Amman. She started with a well-designed guiding map of Amman with all the needed legends for people to go easily about the city. She also designed a scribble map of the same streets but now the user have his own custom made legends that can help him to document his own travels around the city, people he met, things that caught his attention...
Beside these she has visually and aurally documented the city of Amman based on different criteria and represented them as maps as well... where a user can trace patterns between the different areas of Amman...
She has made maps about faces, memories, things people hold, activities, doors and street things and sounds of Amman... these maps are digital and can be navigated on interactive urban screens or on personal computers.



It has been a true privilege to help the three of them and supervise their work...

a word to Amer, Farah and Zeina... I'm so proud of you and happy for you... way to go guys!

1 comment:

murad said...

amer! man am so proud of you! wish i could be near to share this moments of success...
mabrook.