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By: Hamad Al Saab & Ali Sultan


har⁕mo⁕ny |’härmənē| noun ( pl. -nies) The combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes to produce chords and chord progressions having a pleasing effect.


We achieve harmony... When several notes are played together and the outcome is pleasant, When multiple colours

are mixed together and the outcome is

When

two people

When

artists and

pleasant,

work together

and are pleased with the outcome,

art appreciators

come together and enjoy

art,


When

art is used to help others we achieve harmony.

Hamad Al Saab & Ali Sultan


The Press about Hamad and Ali “Hamad AlSaab and Ali Sultan the pop art duo based in Kuwait, bring their unique cache of specialist skills to this art form, crafting extraordinary creations.”

“Their recent work shows a stylistic split from the familiar and into a more explorative genre, indicative of their maturing styles. The pop-art themes which have garnered the artists their early fame are “The essence of art is the feelings it evokes now approached with a new awareness in the viewer, as each person will see and and delightfully gaudy boldness. Yet, a feel differently about every piece of art gratifying transition into more soulful and and the inspirations will be distinct.” subtle pieces can be seen in their series depicting the outline of a whirling Sufi Clientele, Issue 5, Autumn 2007 practitioner. The colour palate trimmed, the subject matter sincere, theses newest installments have a story to tell.” Bazaar, Issue 114, March 2008

“It is true that both are artists in the purest sense of the word – in that they possess talent and have a clear way of expressing this through traditional work. That they have very skillfully taken this to another, and very 21st Century, level speaks highly of the importance they see in exploiting the tools available to today’s artists in realizing their creations. You’ll see their work around Kuwait and the region more than you realize. I have to admit a familial interest here - it was Hamad and Ali that worked on the concept and style of Men’s Passion magazine prior to its launch in 2007 and for a full year after. Although no longer involved with the magazine they still regard it as one of the projects to give them their greatest professional satisfaction.” Men’s Passion, December 2008


Achieved Exhibitions Dec 2008 Feb 2008 Dec 2007 Aug 2007 May 2007 Dec 2006

Restoring Family Links Art Exhibition Karizma Marina Hotel Astra Lounge Corniche Event Gallery Astra Lounge


Other things we do

Media

Corporate Identity

Product Design

Publishing Creative consultation Marketing Advertisement Print materials

Presentations Brochures Stationary Business cards Menus Merchandise

Interior consultation Furniture design Wall design Packaging Events


Giving back to the community

We have chosen to use the Harmony Exhibition to launch our charitable initiative based on our philosophy of giving back to the community. 20% of all profits from the Harmony Exhibition sales will be donated to launching and implementing the worldrenowned Mencap programme (UK), the voice of learning disability touching the hearts of communities throughout the world which is now available in Kuwait, the first country within the Middle East region. “Everything Mencap does is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability and their families and carers. We are thrilled to be able to contribute towards enabling this programme to actively improve the lives of citizens and non-citizens living in Kuwait. For more information please visit: www.mencap.org.uk


Giving back to the community “The respect of the

family unite lies at the centre of the Human dignity.�

Restoring Family Links - Art Exhibition 16- 17 December 2008 Doha- Qatar We are honored to have had the opportunity to donate this piece to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Restoring Family Links (RFL) is the term given to a range of activities that aim to prevent separation and disappearance, restore and maintain contact between families and clarify the fate of people reported missing.


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 135 cm x 145 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 130 cm x 160 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 120 cm x 150 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 130 cm x 130 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 115 cm x 130 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 130 cm x 190 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 130 cm x 160 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 130 cm x 130 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 170 cm x 190 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 130 cm x 130 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 200 cm x 170 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 130 cm x 130 cm


Digital Artwork on Canvas Size: 120 cm x 170 cm


Thank You Dawn Jawhar Farida Al Sultan Fatina Al Sayed Lysa Warren PH7 team Tahani Al Ayoub Zeina Mokaddam Friends and Family


Hamad & Ali artwork can be viewed at www.alsaabandsultan.com


Harmony  

Pop Art Exhibition

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