And here they are again below as a group and a little easier to view!
The iconic moroccan babouche with a typical textile design in the background.These prints are full of references that I relate to.
So a little more about the artist: Mouad Aboulhana
How would you describe your style?
My style is pure Moroccan Pop art and when we say Morocco, it is in fact a large melting-pot of cultures and traditions, from the Berber, the Arabs to Islam and international modernity.
So, you can say that my style is a mix of all these beautiful influences.
What are the techniques you use?
For me, techniques always evolve as your art matures! From graphic art using different inks on paper, to street art and painting on the walls of Medina of Tangier (North of Morocco), using stencils and spray paint. It is only three years ago that I started experimenting with digital art by mixing illustrations and images.
One of the images he is most known for is his “Tarbouch Kid”
exhibitions (he has a solo exhibition coming up in Dubai soon!)