“Befor the War” Comic by Imperial Museum of War, about Murad SUBAY.

“Befor the War”

The title of the comic, published today by”The imperial museum of Wars” in London, in which my work and my experience in street art are presented through 10 slids of comics, and it is accompanied by an audio material in which I talk about bright sides in Yemen.

Comics by the artist: Pan Cooke

Here you can find the link of the audio interview.

Eva and War

Eva and War

Eve and war
Inspired by the mythology of Eve’s apple, and after losing her child and limbs, and the unablity to protect what was left of her beloved child, here Eva is trying to return the apple (bomb) to the sky.

An apple that was in fact a mere of trap for the eternal death on earth, and the symbol of brutality of humans among each other.

A painting by the Yemeni artist, Murad Subay, in which he embodied the horror of war.
acrylic on canvas
140cm X 160cm
France

War Helmet 80s-90s

War Helmet Collection

 

“Face of War” with black and white, and a red background.
The second work from the “War Helmet” collection by Yemeni artist Murad Subay, on a military helmet that served in one of the armies, between the eighties and the nineties of the last century.

Details:
acrylic on steel
France
2022

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To obtain one, please contact us.

War Helmet

 War bells are ringing across the world, a dangerous turn that requires all of us to stand up, and against the continuation of wars that are also still burning.

 The work of the artist Murad Subay, a painting on a military helmet, where on the front side of the helmet a “face of war” depicting the its horror, and on the other side an endless circle with a red background as a black hole, depicting the continuation of wars around the planet, that swallowing everything

  Hatred is an endless circle.

To buy one of Subay’s artwork, please contact, for more details:
Contact: muradsubay7@gmail.com
Website: http://www.muradsubay.com

“The Intolerance” mural, Marseille, 19 December 2021.

“The Intolerance”
“Intolerance destroy civilizations”
On a wall at the city of street art, Marseille, December 19, 2021

Special thanks to the French artist Germain Prévost, Stephane Moscato and the City of Street Art for their support of my mural.

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“The Intolerance”
“Intolerance destroy civilizations”
On a wall at the city of street art, Marseille, December 19, 2021

Special thanks to the French artist Germain Prévost, Stephane Moscato and the City of Street Art for their support of my mural.

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What Banksy did next: five fresh ideas for the street art agitator in 2016

It’s been a busy 2015 for Banksy, who opened his own theme park and intervened in Europe’s refugee crisis. Here’s how he should wield his spraycan next year

Banksy’s graffiti portrait of Steve Jobs at the Jungle migrant camp, Calais, France: the artist offered disused materials from his Dismaland project to build shelters at the camp.
Banksy’s graffiti portrait of Steve Jobs at the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, France: the artist offered disused materials from his Dismaland project to build shelters at the camp. Photograph: Sipa/Rex/Shutterstock
Nell Frizzell

Nell Frizzell

Mon 28 Dec 2015 10.00 GMT

It’s been quite the year for every council worker’s favourite stencil owner. From his tour of Gaza to bringing Steve Jobs to Calais’s largest refugee camp, Banksy has highlighted the politics of many of 2015’s most troubled regions. Where he goes next is anyone’s guess. Surely it can’t be long until he’s asked to join Geri Halliwell in the hallowed corridors of the UN as a goodwill ambassador.

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Joe Sacco’s opinion about “Supreme Council of Terrorism” mural.

“The mural you painted in Berlin is genius! One of the best political statements I have seen during the post 9/11 period. Congratulations!”
Joe Sacco

I am honored by recieving this words from great and the legend artist of Political comics “Joe Sacco”, commenting on my mural “Supreme Council of Terrorism”, that I had done in Berlin.

Two years ago in London, I had the chance to meet him, and I had an interesting discssion about politics and art, which inspired me later.

‘Yemen’s Banksy’: Murad Subay creates art against war in Berlin/ On “DW”

‘Yemen’s Banksy’: Murad Subay creates art against war in Berlin

Yemen remains the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, say humanitarian organizations. At the Human Rights Film Festival in Berlin, street artist Murad Subay comments on the horrors of war.

‘The Faces of War’: Murad Subay working on his mural at the Berliner Union Film Ateliers

Seven black-and-white portraits line up against a red background. Huge black holes replace the figures’ eyes. “Wars are one of the evil roots, turning humans into monsters, victims, and others watching and ignoring,” writes artist Murad Subay in a caption next to his mural.

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“The Supreme Council of Terrorism” my mural, Berlin. Sept 2021

“The Supreme Council for Terrorism”

Let’s call things by its true name. The international terror, is the true source of terrorism.
My last mural in the German capital, Berlin. A mural dimension 220 cm high and 4 meters wide. September 2021

Special thanks to the wonderful Yemeni artist Salwa Al-Eryani for her great cooperation, as well as thanks to my dear friend Shadi Abu Zaid.

“المجلس الأعلى للإرهاب”

لنسمي الأمور بأسمائها. الإرهاب الدولي هو المصدر الحقيقي للإرهاب.
جداريتي الأخيرة في العاصمة الألمانية برلين، بإرتفاع ٢٢٠ وعرض ٤ امتار. سبتمبر ٢٠٢١

شكر خاص للفنانة اليمنية الرائعة سلوى الإرياني على تعاونها الكبير، وكذلك الشكر لصديقي العزيز شادي أبو زيد.