Figure 1. Hamad & Ali, Connect to Disconnect, 2011, oil on canvas. Exhibition at Dar al Funoon, Kuwait. Courtesy of Hamad & Ali Wordpress.
Figure 2. Hassan Hajjaj, S.U.S.A, Salam United States of America, 2011, Digital C-Type print and frame with aluminium cans, 73x108 cm. Courtesy of Escape Into Life, Photography Database.
Figure 3. Hassan Hajjaj, Just Do It, 2006, C-Print, walnut wood frame and found objects frame, 87 x 62 cm. Courtesy of The Third Line Gallery, Dubai.
Figure 4. Hassan Hajjaj, Le Salon, 2013, found objects and textiles. Part of the exhibition: Chaos into Clarity. Re-Possessing a Funktioning Utopia, Oct. 2013 - Jan. 2014. Sharjah, UAE. Photograph: Courtesy of Haupt & Binder.
Figure 5. Rana Salam, Window display for Harvey Nichols, London. Photograph: Courtesy of the artist.
Figure 6. Rana Salam, Arab Pin-up commercial mishmaoul.com works, 2010. View of âCapturing Cultureâ, design exhibition by the Beirut Art Center. Photograph: Courtesy of the artist.
Figure 7. Rana Salam, Egyptian posters inspired commercial mishmaoul.com works, 2010. View of "Capturing Culture", design exhibition by the Beirut Art Center.
Figure 8. Advertisement for "Celluloid Cities: Raw and Uncut", at INIVA, 01 Jun- 30 Sep 1999, London. Photograph published in Giliane Tawadros, Chainging States: Contemporary Art and Ideas in an Era of Globalization (London: INIVA, 2004).
Figure 9. Ayman Yossri Daydban, Maharem (Tissues), 2006, printed posters on wooden tissue boxes. In-Situ, In transit, Istanbul 2010.
Figure 10. Laila Shawa, Fashionista Terrorista (The Walls of Gaza III), 2011, photography and mixed media. Courtesy of October Gallery, London.