1. This poster for Quentin Tarantino's famous Pulp Fiction combines the general absurd violent atmosphere of the movie with the heavy hinting to popular culture, represented by a murdered McDonald's burger /a recurrent reference in the movie/.
2. In this poster for a theoretical exhibition of Piet Zwart's work, I decided to combine diagonals, overlapping and manicules /reminders of his work/ to represent the struggles he faced as a designer who had way too high expectations for himself, worried too much about what people thought of him, and was repeatedly the center of criticism.
︎ This poster was selected as a winner in Round 3 of 100 Best Arabic Posters. ︎

3. This poster serves as a protest against article 534 of the Lebanese Penal Code which states that "Every unnatural sexual act should be punished by up to one year of prison." It is often used as an excuse to prosecute members of the LGBTQ+ community. To emphasize its absurdity, overlapped on it is the following: "Every country that issues its laws randomly should be punished by not being able to issue laws forever”.