Wednesday, August 09, 2006

enough

enough
sculpture in an in-famous whiskey cardboard box.
9 august 2006.

28 Comments:

Blogger dolfpauw said...

Hello Mazen,

I am glad you are still there!
I put this nice sculpture today on my artblog.

Greetings dolfpauw

http://dolfpauw.blogspot.com/

4:22 PM  
Blogger udo moll said...

dear mazen,

i am more and more impressed by your artistic output: now its sculptures ! maybe palisades made out of vodka-bottles would be a next step, implanted at the litani river. keep it vertical, man, we are connected to you.

best wishes from cologne

udo

4:41 PM  
Blogger liz said...

Saw your weblink in the new ICON magazine -

The Amazing insight and comment through your work makes me cry - shades of Picasso Guernica

How can we be living through such atrocities? How can our leaders let this happen?

We can only try, your work, action groups like Move On (http://www.ceasefirecampaign.org/mo/en.html), to get involved, try and instigate peace.

Keep it coming, you are an inspiration.
Stay Safe.

5:04 PM  
Blogger Ostfen said...

Dear Mazen,
keep the good work. I have just linked ur site on my blogspot and know a lot of my friends who did too. Your voice is reaching very far, so don't stop.

6:05 PM  
Blogger jassem hindi said...

Salamat ya mazen,
I am with you. Thank you for all your generous work.

7:51 PM  
Blogger Paul Illek said...

Mazen
Amazing
P

8:54 PM  
Blogger Sixtine said...

Bonjour Mazen,
Laure n'a pas mis de message sur son blog aujourd'hui, est-ce qu'autant que faire se peut, tou va bien ?
Je suis un peu inquiète,
Sixtine

9:32 PM  
Blogger nado said...

FIRST TIME HERE IN UR BLOG..
GOOD WORK... KEEP ON ;)

10:14 PM  
Blogger angeles said...

sometimes pencil and paper aren't enough :)

11:30 PM  
Blogger CirCe said...

You were really serious when you´ve said you´ll keep on with your art although that bombing!!!!
You´re wonderful as your creatinos.

kiss, peace, love & hug

12:28 AM  
Blogger senzaione said...

so sorry and so sad for all of them..for doing nothing,for cant stop this..for our silence..for dying childrens,grandmothers,grandfathers and daddys and so mums..
I asked so many times myself:"where is humanity inside of us?"
if people have "humanity".. I said:"cocuk dersem ,cık!"(if I said civil,go outside humanity!)p.s:I may cant translate it.

2:36 AM  
Blogger senzaione said...

so sorry and so sad for all of them..for doing nothing,for cant stop this..for our silence..for dying childrens,grandmothers,grandfathers and daddys and so mums..
I asked so many times myself:"where is humanity inside of us?"
if people have "humanity".. I said:"cocuk dersem ,cık!"(if I said civil,go outside humanity!)p.s:I may cant translate it.

2:36 AM  
Blogger PORTÁTIL said...

Hi Mazer, we are reading you from bs as, argentina, we hope the invassion and destruction of libanon stop in a short time, but we also hope to read your notes and see your drawings for a long time,

3:33 AM  
Blogger NGK said...

Love, hope and kisses by NGK. And thank you for your Art.

3:37 AM  
Blogger BeeAhn said...

Dear Mazen,
I hope not to give up because of war, Of cause it is not helpful to you from far away like ne, But I will pray always you and your nation Lebanon. I hope that you will forget it...

3:50 AM  
Blogger Andrey said...

Hope it all ends soon, somehow...
And that it would be the last war for Lebanon/Israel.
Saw U on russian TV

4:24 AM  
Blogger mauro biani said...

je me suis permis de te citer dans mien blog. Merci. Mauro Biani
link: http://maurobiani.splinder.com/post/8913111/Beirut%3A+Mazen+e+Laure%2C+e+il+nostro%2C+ritrovato%2C+senso+di+polpa

4:27 AM  
Blogger Stefane said...

salut maz,
quand vas-tu nous dessiner une "couille" ;-) ?
parce qu'en l'occurence c'est quand même bien cette foutue société patriarcale et sa logique guerrière qui se répend sur nos écrans et dont vous êtes actuellement le terrain d'expression ; à quand le soulèvement international des femmes !?
mes pensées t'accompagnent, mes actions te soutiennent
bises

sr

12:54 PM  
Blogger Γωγώ said...

Hope,strength,courage,faith,love from Greece...

4:08 PM  
Blogger Shebby said...

I just started a blog for the Turkish resistors supporting Lebanon and against the big game played in the Middleeast.

I will inform Turks about all your activities, let me updated..

http://feelinglebanon.blogspot.com/

4:19 PM  
Blogger PORTÁTIL said...

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6:02 PM  
Blogger CirCe said...

Hi dear Mazen!
I´m waiting for a new post.
I´m a bit anxious about this. Admiring your art every day is like huging you. So please post. I hope you are all right.

kiss, love, peace and the hug.

6:08 PM  
Blogger marcka said...

magnifiques tes sculptures vieux. c'est bien tu trouves encore l'inspiration.
sinon, pour torino il parait qu'ils vont détruire la moitié sud de Beyrouth, je ne sais pas si c'est prudent d'y aller.

8:45 PM  
Blogger ATHENA said...

WHAT'S UP DOC???

KEEP CHECKING SINCE NOON...

STILL NOT THE TINIEST DRAWING...




PS.
I HOPE TORINO IS NOT IN SOUTH BEYROUTH

9:24 PM  
Blogger Jewishperson said...

Regarding Lebanon - I'm sorry for^

Lebanese people

Lebanon as a historical, archeological and cultural place being destroyed.

Jewish religious symbols being heavily misused. Take Star of DAvid off F-16! Didn't the God say "Don't kill" in the first place?

And really hope this war stops before turning into World War III.

9:28 PM  
Blogger Aries said...

Mazen

cette nuit nous serons encore avec toi, nous soutiendrons ta main pour que le monde sache que le Liban assassiné résiste encore ; ne nous lache pas.

Merci

9:53 PM  
Blogger b99 said...

hello evertbody,
I do hope mazen is just tired ans is working right now on some new drawings. I guess all of us are checking ther blog every hour, hoping to see some words and sketches from Mazen.
let's stay close to him, to encourage this wonderful artist to come back! yesterday he said "enough". Enough bombs, but not enough of his drawings and his thoughts... love for all of us!, b.

10:09 PM  
Blogger Aifcee said...

Merci, Mazen, merci pour tes témoignages, tes dessins, ta générosité, ton humilité, ta sincérité et ton amour pour la vie alors que tu es plongé dans ce tragique et inutile conflit dont tous les Libanais sont otages. Tu as du talent, non seulement en tant qu'artiste, mais surtout en tans qu'être humain - tu es une source d'inspiration et quand j'ai lu ton blog lundi dernier, après avoir vu sur la chaîne Arte un sujet te concernanti, j'ai été émue jusqu'aux larmes. Décidément, l'être humain est capable du meilleur et du pire - tu en es la preuve, pour ce qui est du meilleur, le pire étant ces hommes fous et ivres de pouvoir qui tuent en tout bien tout honneur des milliers d'innoncents, et ce depuis des millénaires.

Merci, Mazen, merci - et courage. Nous sommes beaucoup à être avec toi...

Françoise

10:57 PM  

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