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Dr. Fatima Almutairi

Born In The Time Of Corona

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The story is set a few years into the future, where a mother is explaining to her daughter what life was like during the COVID-19 outbreak. It sheds light on how the pandemic began and what we all stood to gain from it. It takes a look at different families from around the world and how they made during quarantine and what they learned from it. By Dr. Fatima Almutairi Illustrated by "Muhammad at-Tayieb" al-Hyari (https://www.alhyari.art)

Dr. Fatima Almutairi

"Muhammad At-Tayieb" Al-Hyari

illustration of This is an alternate story for a scene from a larger project commissioned by Aramco.

The tunnel was empty for a while and when I returned, I wanted to paint an acrobatic scene, however, my fingers had another opinion.

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animation of The process timelapse video of my narrative digital painting, In The Mangrove Tunnel.

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illustration of This is the face of my son, Tameem, when we ask him to study. He shows the face also when we ask him to stop playing on XBOX for non-intellectual reasons.

He claims this is his face when he loses a Fortnite game :)

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illustration of A quick illustration I made on ArtStudio Pro. The app's digital painting brushes are outstanding and I think I'll use them more in future works.

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illustration of An illustration I made for Mask On!, a children's book by Tanisha Mkandawire.

The book is a small reminder to all the parents, guardians, and children of the world to always find the light in dark places.

Working on the book was a journey through cultures, and through the strong use of light, the cartoons were designed to tell vivid stories.

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illustration of An illustration I made for Mask On!, a children's book by Tanisha Mkandawire.

The book is a small reminder to all the parents, guardians, and children of the world to always find the light in dark places.

Working on the book was a journey through cultures, and through the strong use of light, the cartoons were designed to tell vivid stories.

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illustration of An illustration I made for Mask On!, a children's book by Tanisha Mkandawire.

The book is a small reminder to all the parents, guardians, and children of the world to always find the light in dark places.

Working on the book was a journey through cultures, and through the strong use of light, the cartoons were designed to tell vivid stories.

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illustration of You know how sometimes you do the nice “OK guys, time to take the picture,” then if nothing happens, it’s a more serious “Come on, playtime is over. Focus, it’s time to take the picture,” then if still nothing happens, accessories start getting confiscated?

Here I tried to capture the first time 🙂

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illustration of The couple did not meet for a year because of the pandemic. This art piece is one of 4 that imagines them in different places, together.

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illustration of When I'm not busy in personal or commercial client work, I normally accept small digital portrait painting commissions from individuals around the world. This one is for a couple from Puerto Rico.

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illustration of The couple did not meet for a year because of the pandemic. This art piece is one of 4 that imagines them in different places, together.

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illustration of I enjoyed working on this piece more than any of the other art commissions I've worked on recently. I had all the freedom designing the set and drawing the gestures.

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illustration of This artwork is inspired, sadly, by the explosion which hit Beirut on the 4th of August and, proudly, by the Beirutis and their exceptional resilience.

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animation of The process timelapse video of my narrative digital painting, Beirut Breeze.

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illustration of Digtial painting about new beginnings.

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illustration of Time to comb. I painted this artwork at the beginning of lockdown.

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illustration of It’s said we’re all Edward Hopper paintings now (in the lockdown).

We might be Bela Tarr movie frames, too.

Ref: The Turin Horse.

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illustration of My home town, in the future. Personal art piece.

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illustration of He passed the security gates, but the not the people's skeptical gazes.

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illustration of A painting about some protests in my city in Jordan: as-Salt.

The protests were barely covered by local or international media.

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illustration of One of my first cartoon art commissions. I got to know the family very closely during the work. The remaining thing is to meet them in person 🙂

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illustration of One of 3 pieces I made for Eid al-Adha cards of a Khaliji (referring to GCC countries) concept store.

The traditional Eid cards in GCC countries have banknotes attached to them and they're used as gifts for children on the fest days. In these designs, the banknotes are placed over the floating hearts.

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illustration of Based on a text from John Lewis Burckhardt's Travels in Syria and the Holy Land (London, 1822)

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illustration of Personal piece.

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Profile

Alhyari is a freelance digital artist and illustrator based in Khobar, Saudi Arabia. Having combined a career in illustration and telecommunications, Alhyari approaches each project as a problem to be solved. He pairs a solid technical and managerial experience with a wide aesthetic. While open to different kinds of projects and styles, Alhyari specializes in narrative digital painting (concept art) and children's book illustration (with 4 published books). Alhyari worked with publishing, marketing & TV firms from the Middle East and Asia, his largest client is Aramco, the oil giant.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Black & White, Caricature, Cartoon, Conceptual, Digital, Figurative, Fine Art, Impressionistic, Line with Color, Oil, Painterly, Photoillustration, Realism, Silhouette, Stylized, Watercolor, Whimsical, Concept Art, Film/Entertainment, Graphic Recording, Rich Picture

Subject/Specialties

Action, Adventure, Animals, Botanical, Character Development, Children, Children's Books, Corporate, Editorial, Education, Family, Fantasy, Futuristic, Historical, Landscape, Medical, Mystery, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Romance, Sci-Fi, Technology, Travel, Web Illustration, Wildlife, Masculine, Ethnic, Environmental, Grunge