Save The Music - Save The Cedars

I had no idea that trees generate their own beat! Derek Sherley, a bioacoustic engineer, and his team were apparently able to extract rhythm out of Lebanese cedars in the Barouk forest. I don’t really know how they did it but apparently it is authentic. Those raw beats were then used by Ribal Rayess (DJ […]

Mea New Menu

My latest Middle East Airlines flight from Beirut to London turned out to be much more interesting than expected: The Lebanese airline just released a brand new design for their inflight menu! You may wonder why a new plane menu would make a flight more exciting. Well, MEA is maybe not the best airline in […]

Intra-organizational Brand Communities

Employees have long been recognised as an organisation’s most valuable asset. An ‘engaged’ employee is a sought-after employee, willing to go above and beyond their prescribed job role. In the current adverse economic climate, the employees’ ability to deliver excellent service is vital in creating customer brand loyalty and, in the long-run, a competitive advantage for the organisation.

"Brain Divided" by Josiah Haworth, Joon Shik Song and Joon Soo Song

When we talk about love we always talk about the differences between the brain and the heart, logic and emotions, but, did you ever wonder what happens in your mind when you meet your crush? Three students of the Ringling College of Art and Design are answering this question with a great CGI animated short […]

Art14 London

I took a great decision on this Friday afternoon. I went to visit Art14 London, a global art fair bringing 180 art galleries from 40 countries together in one place. If you are an appreciator of modern and contemporary art you should definitely check the fair out. It is taking place at the Olympia Grand […]

Vincent Falk Screen Puzzle: Jackie Chamoun

I met Vincent Falk in London last November and discovered his photography skills. It’s not only his skills that I liked but, mainly his concept of “Screen Puzzle“: The Frenchman overlays other photographer’s shots that depicts actual news with his own pictures. Falk shares his own interpretation of the puzzle but, he invites others to […]

The Dairy Art Centre (London) is currently hosting “Island”, an exhibition curated by Sarina Basta. It inspired by Aldous Huxley’s novel, a utopian version and counterpart to the Brave New World. Here are some interesting art works I spotted there! Island is running till December 8th, 2013. Wed.-Fr. 10AM-5PM and Sat. & Sun. 11AM to […]

Beirut Art Fair 2013

In case you missed the 2013 edition of the Beirut Art Fair that took place between the 19th and 22nd of September 2013 at BIEL here is a quick selection of the works I liked the most. Shadow Art by Bassam Al Selawi – Abu Dhabi Art Hub B For Beirut by Gilbert Debs & […]

JOBS poster

I’m sure you are really excited to watch JOBS, a movie telling the life story of the one and only Steve Jobs! Well, guess what? With The JR Express, and thanks to T3 Middle East, you can win an invitation for two to watch JOBS on August 22nd at ABC Ashrafieh (Beirut, Lebanon) at 8PM with […]

The Lonely Arts Club

It all started when Adam decided to publish a graphical book about the end of the world. However, the writer realized he would need a skillful illustrator and that’s why he discussed that with his to friends Carl (developer) and James (writer). The three of them realized that it would be nice to create gatherings […]