Saturday, 4 July 2009

The man's got a tin can for a head.



Literally.
"Leish rasak mtannik?" is a slang phrase in Arabic (well, Lebanese) that refers to someone whose stubborn for no legitimate reason, boxed in, and unwilling to be receptive.
"Mtannak" comes from the word "Tanak" , which means tin, usually tin can. I decided to start a series of illustrations depicting literal translations of phrases such as this.
Procrastination hold your ground, come not near here.

Wish me luck.

1 comment:

marooned84 said...

wow that's new! I'll be waiting for ur phrases 3la a7arr mel gamr!