Fine art on display in a few regions, including Al Wasl, Business Bay, second December Street, Al Ras, Rigga
Additional parking meters in Dubai will be changed over into works of art, it was reported on Wednesday.
Brand Dubai, the innovative arm of the Government of Dubai Media Office, in organization with the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has dispatched the second period of the ‘Parking Meters Project’.
Five Emirati computerized artists will paint their vision of ‘Tradition Meets Modernity’ on the meters.
Fatma Al Mulla, manager of the project, said: “One of the vital targets of this venture is to help capable neighborhood artists who have left an imprint in Dubai’s art world. The craftsmanships have been utilized to enrich stopping meters in regions regularly visited by both inhabitants and travelers, including the Burj Khalifa, Al Wasl, Business Bay, second December Street, Marsa Dubai, Al Ras, Gold Souq, Al Shandaghah, Al Buteen, Al Rigga and Rega Al Buteen.”
The Emirati artists taking an interest in the undertaking incorporate craftsman and illustrator Mohamed Aljneibi, who appreciates exploring different avenues regarding various thoughts, mediums and workmanship styles including cubism, oddity and narrating; and Saeed Alemadi, whose workmanship mixes well known animation characters with Emirati culture and legacy.
Different specialists incorporate Maryam Alobeidli, Founder of ‘Kadi’s Art Organization’; Alia Alhammadi, whose comic and illustration art joins elements of culture, writing, music and nature; and Alya Fowzan, who uses watercolors, shaded pencils and advanced projects to make extraordinary delineations.
Rowdah Al Mehrizi, director of Marketing and Corporate Communication, Corporate Administrative Support Services Sector, RTA, said: “The dispatch of the second period of the venture comes as a feature of our obligation to inventively advance Dubai’s metropolitan climate, upgrade the joy and personal satisfaction of the local area, and accomplish authority as a worldwide city that commends its social wealth and variety.”
Shaima Al Suwaidi, city branding manager, Brand Dubai, said: “The different works of art included on the parking meters fill in as an interesting feature of Dubai’s rich legacy and current multicultural person. These imaginative ventures are pointed toward improving Dubai’s public spaces as part of the vision to additionally solidify the emirate’s situation as the world’s most favored way of life objective.”