Lebanese Calligraphy and Stencil Art by Man-Yak

By - Saturday, February 25th, 2012

Man-Yak is a calligraphy and stencil artist from Beirut, Lebanon. He designs his calligraphic compositions and icons to illustrate meaning. Here we feature his series of Lebanese curse words and cultural figures. Translation and commentary by Man-Yak under each image. {image-7} {image-6} {image-4} {image-5} More images with Man-Yak’s commentary on Page 2… {pagebreak} Although the calligraphy is impeccable and the compositions beautiful and humorous, he is making some very strong personal political statements in the next three, so they are not recommended for children or sensitive adults. {image-1} {image-2} {image-3} Text and Photo: Man-Yak Blog Post: Daniel Feral

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