Amid the COVID-19 outbreak keeping most either holed up in their homes, or - for those unable to stay at home - scrambling about with face masks and hand sanitisers in hand, more and more artists are taking to the digital world with artworks and photos reflective of the shape life is taking at present. While it is marked by fear and panic, there's also a growing sense of stillness and solidarity, and these artists are giving those feelings a visual form - of course, with an Arab twist.

From flyers and artworks encouraging people to stay at home and practice social distancing, to others putting a coronavirus-twist on classic paintings and works, scroll below for the various ways artists are visualising and interpreting the current state of the world. 

Photo by @enasovic, courtesy of @arabic.pop.art.
Art by @Rexchouk.
Art by @mouadaboulhanaarts.
Photo by @Mouslamrabat.
Art by @Malak_mattar_artist.
Art by @qarmqart.
Art by @anas.alabsi.designs.A
Art by @Khalidalbaih.
Art by @mesopotamianartist.
Art by @i_ramo1.

Art by @dear.nostalgia. 

 

Art by @waleedshah

 

Art by @balash_habal.
Art by @_kiarashkhalili_

 


Art by @donia__photography 

 

Art by @coffeeandcastoffs
Art by @maxtahar.

 

Art by @intibint

 

Art by @shahad.nazer.

 

Art by @its_esuss

Art by @elmaalouf