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Design portfolio Ola AlAli


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Work

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Work Graphic design

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Magazine This is a magazine project, the text is an article called “ The New, New city’, we were asked to design the magazine according to the meaning of the article. My these was ‘ building-like’, through the magazine I enlarge the words and quots that indicates building and civilization, and inyegarte them with the design The cover page if a building illutration through the quots I took fromt he article, the red words are the words I used to integrate my design Size: 30 x 23 cm, printed


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Food packaging Cataloge This project is Cataloge, my themes was comparing food products in three regions; local; United Arab Emirates, regional; Gulf are, and international. It was a fifty pages cataloge and all pictures were taken by me. Through the pages I discussed the productes production, history and design carteria. Size: 30 x 23 cm, printed


Regional

Local

International

Revolution in a Package Cover Food products

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Arabic Calligraphy In one of my projects, I involved calligraphy, I integrated calligraohy in different sizes.


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Photography Club Media production As a media co-ordinator of The Photography Club, I was responisbel of all posters and trips tickets.


Photography Club Student Development and Organizations Office of student Affairs

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Tr p to Bur Khalifa Saturday, 15th of Dec., 2012 75 dhs From 5:30-9:30

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Tr p to Bur Khalifa

Get the chance to take extra ordinary shots from the top of the highest Burj in the world

Photography Club Student Development and Organizations Office of student Affairs

Saturday, 15th of Dec., 2012 75 dhs From 5:30-9:30

Gathering place, student center bus stop Ticket no#

Ticket

For more information: photographyclub@aus.edu

Poster

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Schedule of Design Days Dubai 2012 This project is a schedule for Design Days Dubai 2012. i took photographes form the exhibition and combined them together with my theme. The text was taken from the actual schedule of Design Days Dubai. The size of the final poster is A0


The chandelliers were in different galleries of the exhibition and I combined them together.


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Elemnts of the schedule


Public Workshop: Arabic Lettering

18 th March

Al Khaznah Tannery. 11am–1pm

Lead by: Kwangho Lee Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

Private Seminar (AED 500 per participant): ‘‘Bliss, Spirituality in Everyday’’ 11am–4pm

Sunday

Lead by: Li Edelkoort (http://www.edelkoort.com/) Hosted by: FN Studio Location: Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

Mentorship Programme: 20min one on one mentor sessions

12pm–3pm

Lead by: Nada Debs Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, Hospitality Lounge. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

2pm–2.45pm

& Arabesque in Product Design 11am–1pm Lead by: Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès & Lara Assouad Khoury (Khatt Foundation) Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae Public Talk 2pm–2.45pm Lead by: Ahmed Al Angawi Duration: 45minutes (30mins talk & 15mins Q&A) Location: Nuqat Dubai Design Conference, DIFC Gate Building, at the Atrium

Design Days Dubai—Ladies Day 2pm–4pm

Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, main tent.

Design Days Dubai—Public Opening 4pm–10pm

Public Talk: ‘‘chrob ou chouff’’“drink and watch’’ Lead by: Younes Duret Duration: 45minutes (30mins talk & 15mins Q&A) Location: Nuqat Dubai Design Conference, DIFC Gate Building, at the Atrium

Public Workshop: Arabic Lettering & Arabesque in Product Design

4.30pm–6.30pm

Lead by: Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès & Lara Assouad Khoury (Khatt Foundation) Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

PUBLIC OPENING 4pm–10pm

Nada Debs Meet & Greet at the bookstore 4.30pm–5.30pm

Live Design Performance: Kwangho Lee styrofoam carving

6.30pm–7.30pm

Public Workshop: Camel leather Weaving in coordination with Al Khaznah Tannery.

5pm–7pm

Lead by: Kwangho Lee Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

7.30pm–9pm

7pm–8.30pm

21st March

All Day: Ongoing live performances by micher’traxler

Public Talk: ‘‘chrob ou chouff’’—“drink and watch’’ 8.30pm–1.30pm Lead by: Younes Duret Location: Nuqat Dubai Design Conference, at Tashkeel Public Workshop: Lego Links—Architecture & Design

11am–1pm

Wednesday

20th March

Lead by: Li Edelkoort Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae (Gradient Mashrabiya) & Drift Studio’s Shylight from 4pm–10pm

Lead by: Rabih El Hage Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

All Day: Ongoing live performances by micher'traxler (Gradient Mashrabiya) & Drift Studio's Shylight from 4pm–10pm

Tuesday

Lead by: Kwangho Lee Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa.

Public Seminar: “What Design Can Do for the Future”

Public Seminar: The Design Market: Discovering, Collecting & Investing

Lead by: WTD Architecture & Design Magazine, Meitha Al Mazrooei Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

PUBLIC OPENING 12pm–6pm

Public Workshop: ‘‘chrob ou chuff’’—“drink and watch’’ 8.30am–1.30pm

Lead by: Younes Duret Location: Nuqat Dubai Design Conference, at Tashkeel

Public Workshop: Talli Furniture Making (using traditional Emarati materials)

11am–1pm

Lead by: Leo Capote & Amaury Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

Mentorship Programme: 20min one on one mentor sessions

11.30am–2.30pm

Lead by: Nada Debs Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, Hospitality Lounge. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

Live Design Performance: Kwangho Lee styrofoam carving 12.30pm–1.30pm

Lead by: Kwangho Lee Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa. (Outside deck)

PUBLIC OPENING WTD Architecture & Design Magazine at the bookstore

2pm–8pm

Public Workshop: Talli Furniture Making (using traditional Emarati materials). 4pm–6pm Lead by: Leo Capote & Amaury Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent. Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

Mentorship Programme: “Sit in Shade’’ UAE Student Competition 2012

4pm–5pm

4pm–6pm

Tbc Discussion Panel: Education & Design 7pm–8:30pm

Lead by: Peter di Sabatino (AUS), Constantin Boym (VCU Qatar) & Alexis Georgeacopoulous (ECAL) Location: Pavilion Downtown Dubai Registration: please register online at www.designdaysdubai.ae

Drift Studio’s Shylight from 2pm–8pm

All Day: Basma Al Fahim presents Rick Owens' Tower of Nard March 21st– April 5th in association with Design DaysDubai.

22 nd March

Studio's Shylight. 12pm–6pm

Public Workshop: ‘‘chrob ou chouff’’—“drink and watch’’

8.30am–1.30pm

Lead by: Younes Duret Location: Nuqat Dubai Design Conference, at Tashkeel

About Drift:

Both graduates from the Design Academy Eindhoven, Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn founded Studio DRIFT together with the vision of creating design that reacts to and questions human behavior in 2006. Nauta's expertise in crafts, materials and production techniques, and Gordijn's sense for shapes and strong concepts complement one another. Their designs amalgamate nature and technology, ideology and reality. Their aim is to make original and passionate designs, using the best materials and the latest production technologies.

Highlights of Design Days Dubai:

Performance Carwan Gallery presents Gradient Mashrabiya consisting of 650°© wooden pieces found by 2 Austrian desigers put together and produced by a Lebanese carpenter. Booth Number: A12

“In this time of information overload and exaggerated senses, we hope that our work emphasizes the metaphysical quality of human sensations, that it establishes a point of balance in the midst of the contradictions of daily life, and that it stresses immaterial spiritual and emotional values. Because of these goals, light has been one of our favourite mediums; light expresses emotions in a very direct way.’’

A research exercise by Pink Tank and Fikra into open/collaborative forms of design in the Arab world On the occasion of the first edition of Design Days Dubai, Pink Tank and Fikra will be launching ADaM v1.0. The Arab Design Map project maps out collaborations and connections between designers in the region. ADaM v1.0 will be an investiga=tion of the relationships between designers in the region and their community to discover connections and what comes out of these connections. At Design Days Dubai, the methodology of the mapping project will be explore through an installation. ADaM is the first visual representation effort of design networks in this region.

Performance: Drift Design presents ShyLight Booth Number: A13

“We are curious about the future, not only the new technologies that are changing design, but also the evolutionary developments in nature and human culture. We strive to find the perfect combination of knowledge and intuition, science fiction and nature, fantasy and interactivity. Our goal is to create a dialogue between the viewer and the objects we create, embodied in tangible objects that refer to realities that are often impenetrable and difficult to understand.’’ Ralph Nauta & Lonneke Gordijn.

Studio DRIFT’s work includes the Flylight, Fragile Futura 3 (FF3), Shylight, Dandelight and the Ghost collection. Their most widely known work FF3 is made with real dandelion seeds that are attached to the light by hand, one by one. Since 2006 their work has been exhibited at leading museums and fairs worldwide, including the Victoria & Albert Museum London, Salone del Mobile Milan, World Expo Shanghai, Design/ Miami, Boijmans van Beuningen museum, Design Week Tokyo, Design Act Moscow, Museum of Arts & Design New York and The Israel Museum. DRIFT has been awarded several times for their designs, including ‘Light of the’ from the German Design Council in 2008 for Fragile Future. In 2010 Nauta and Gordijin’s Fragile Future Concrete Chandelier won ‘The Moet Hennessy Pavillion of Art and Design London Prize’ and was acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum in Lodnon. Most recently, Fragile Future 3.5 won the 1st prize (audience award) at the ZomerExpo, Gemeentemuseum The Hague. DRIFT’s Fragile Future series is developed in collaboration with the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London and Paris. The GHOST collection is represented by Patrick Brillet Fine Art Gallery.

American University of Sharjah (Booth Number A38) College of Art, Architecture & Design, Sharjah, U.A.E. The College of Architecture, Art and Design (CAAD) at the American University of Sharjah (AUS) is committed to redefining education and creative practice in the region. Design faculty and students at CAAD have a history of making in applied and aesthetic contexts that contribute significantly to the regional and international material culture made in the Gulf. The cross-disciplinary special topics course Form, Furniture and Graphics integrates principles ofgraphic and typographic form with furniture design. The goal is to expand the definition of furniture beyond normative function toward

Studio mischer'traxler teamed up with a Lebanese woodworker to redefine the constructive system of the mashrabiyas. Mashrabiyas are delicate wooden screens often found in Middle Eastern architecture. Made of many small lathed wooden elements connected together, these fine lattice works are realised by skilled woodworkers and thus form an important position within traditional Middle Eastern craftsmanship. Inspired by the process of lathing the small wooden parts for mashrabiyas, mischer'traxler focused on representing all steps of production, to make the craftsmen's work visible and understandable to the observer. The result a sideboard is composed of a network of more than 650 different single pieces of manually hand carved wood. It shows all production stages from rectangular slat to refined lathed decorative elements within the one object. With each stage, the sideboard's pattern gets more and more defined, detailed and fragile but at the same time more and more three-dimensional. A transformation from a quite simple table to a complex, detailed and decorative piece of furniture.

Launch: The Arab Design Map by Pink Tank and Fikra Booth Number: A28

Lead by: Tasmena, Design Days Dubai Education team & Brazilian Designers; Leo Capote,Amaury, Pedro Bernardes & Hugo Franca from Coletivo Amor de Madre Gallery Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa, education tent.

All Day: Ongoing live performances by micher'traxler (Gradient Mashrabiya) &

All Day: Ongoing live performances by micher'traxler (Gradient Mashrabiya) & Drift

Thursday

Schedule of Design Days Dubai 2012

Monday

19th March

Public Workshop: Camel leather Weaving (using traditional Emarati material) in cooperation with

Virginia Commonwealth University, Doha, Qatar

(Booth Number A40)

Performance: Kwangho Lee: Life Carving of Styrofoam Blocks (2 hours) Location: Design Days Dubai, Downtown, Burj Khalifa. (Outside deck) Christofle or TAG aviation, the students’ works show a fresh take on the future of luxury and craftsmanship.

Exhibitions:

Tashkeel, Dubai, U.A.E. (Booth Number A37) Since October 2011 Tashkeel has offered three projects which exemplify its commitment to promoting the work of artists and designers in the region, facilitating cross° cultural dialogue and bringing art and design to the wider community. The Khatt Foundation Type Design Workshop provided an opportunity for thirty graphic design students and practicing professionals to develop contemporary Arabic fonts. Design Road Dubai was a five-day programme, which included an exhibition, seven parallel workshops and a series of seminars. The “Skate Biladi’’ project represents an initiative specifically designed to raise awareness of art and design in the wider community, and to encourage both creative and physical activity.

The university is a hub for excellence in education & research in Art & Design that envisions a Qatari society which advances through art and design. VCUQatars educational focus on design thinking & creative processes to sustain successful economic & cultural growth. Furniture collection by Director of Fine arts, Constantin Boym and Laurene Boym uses as starting point the Autoprogettazione concept by celebrated master of Modernism, Italian designer Enzo Mari. In 1974, Mari published a set of his design drawings, calling on consumers to make furniture on their own, and to customize it according to one’s personal cultural tastes. Working with local craftsmen and students, we overlay Mari's designs with motifs of traditional Arabic craft: henna decorations, patterns of brass tacks, sadu cushions—to achieve unexpected and provocative results.

ECAL, Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (Booth Number A37)

The ECAL/University of Art and Design features among the world’s top 10 Universities of Art and Design. For its first ever show in the Gulf Region, ECAL has chosen Design Days Dubai, in order to present a selection of projects created by the students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design and Luxury Industry. Made in collaboration with major international luxury brands such as Baccarat, Swarovski, Bernardaud, Hublot, Christofle or TAG aviation, the students’ works show a fresh take on the future of luxury and craftsmanship.


In this project, we were asked to redesign the website of “Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization”, Using Adobe Dreamweaver.

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The pictures are taken by us, and the information are taken from the official webdite of “Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization”. home page


Ground floor gallery page


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Schedule a tour page


Services page


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This is a Portfolio website, I collected my previous work and designed a website through Adobe dreamweaver.


The pages were categorizes according to the work fields Biography page


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Drawing page


Photography page


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Work Photography

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These photos were taken while my trip wit the photograhy trip to the top of Burj khalifa.


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Photography club trip to Shikh Zayed Mosque


Biggest chandillier in the world


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Landscape Project; Construction sites


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Work Drawing

Original picture

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We were asked to draw a digital drawing of objects that we choose. And then print the drawing in three different printers with having similar colours in the outcome


Digital drawing was done using Adobe Illustrator


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Original picture


Digital drawing was done using Adobe Illustrator


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Original picture


Digital drawing was done using Adobe Illustrator


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Still life drawing using Pencil colours


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Water colours drawing of self portrait.


Water colours drawing of self portrait.


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Digital drawings for bell peper and its shadows in different lightings


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Work Painting design Graphic

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Self portrait using expressionism technique and colors which reflect my personality


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Still life Painting


Still life Painting


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Ola AlAli Dubai- United Arab Emirates 00971(0)501679070 g00039777@aus.edu

Portfolio; Sample of my design work  

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