Popular Lebanese play, “Bennesbe la bukra chou”, by legendary Ziad Rahbani, painted by the Ashekman brothers in Basta. Ziad and his genius of a mother, Fairuz, were… Read more “What about tomorrow?”
Another work of art by Ashekman, this piece was drawn in Achrafieh after the one that had previously existed was removed by accident by the Beirut municipality.… Read more “Mistake made right”
After seeing Halwani’s mind-blowing portrait of the Lebanese icon, we spotted Ashekman‘s rendition on a wall in Achrafieh, on the way to Sassine. The text underneath, partially blocked… Read more “Sabah blooming around town”
Step by step, we aim to enrich this gallery until we have all Ashekman’s work displayed here.
Thehab safi… Arabic for, roughly, “pure gold”. A play on the iconic singer’s name, Wadih El Safi. Yet another brilliantly drawn portrait by Ashekman. This was taken… Read more “When the iconic draw the iconic”
Here, another impressive graffiti by popular group Ashekman. It is the portrait of iconic Lebanese singer Fairuz, listened to by everyone both in the country and abroad…… Read more “Fairuz… the symbol of a country”
Think post-civil war. Artistic expression runs rampant, themes flooding Omar and Mohammad Kabbani’s minds, 80’s kids at heart. In 2000, they form the group Ashekman, today one of the… Read more “Ashekman: Eye-catching art by the most talked-about twins in town”