Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Sketching Kuwait

Digital sketches about our journey in Kuwait with Galaxy Note.

Arabian musics in the mall at Ramadan month.

Free gahwa and tea for iftar at Ramadan month.

Vintage gadgets seller in Kuwait friday market. We find a lot of retro gadgets like Polaroid cameras, calculators, Nintendo consoles. More about Kuwait friday market.

A shawarma restaurant. They put fruits on the top of the meat. One of the guy slices the laham (meat) & other creates saj (similar to kobus bread) from doughs.

Two Indian ladies waiting in front of bakala. India is the second largest population in Kuwait after Egypt.

Cashier guy in a grocery store with some Indonesian stuffs: "One telor asin and two terasi, all 1.2 KD."

A taxi driver having a good time. While driving, pulling his left leg & pulling hairs from his hairy nose. Life is good, eh?

Woman sells Kuwait traditional hand-woven textile, Sadu, in Souk Jumah. Some European tourists bargaining the price.

Waiting in the washing station.

More sketches are coming. Stay tuned.
Check our other sketches & illustrations about Kuwait here.

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