The great thing about ASHEKMAN, an Arabic street art crew specialized in Arabic "calligraffiti," is that not only is it one of the most prominent art crews in Lebanon but it's also great at what it does. The groups work is very versatile, taking that thing that makes people tick and turning it into art. ASHEKMAN's newest calligraffiti is titled "Bennesbeh Labokra Chou?" (What about tomorrow?)

Portraying prominent Lebanese playwright Ziad Rahbani, whose famous play shares the same title, the new calligraffiti beautifully depicts the cultural icon while sending a powerful message.

Located near the Bechara El Khoury-Sodeco intersection at the line that once divided East and West Beirut, the beautiful calligraffiti serves as a reminder that even after more than 25 years, nothing has changed. We are still living day to day, almost like there is no tomorrow.

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