Wednesday, July 19, 2006

drawings waiting for the evacuation

i do not understand why i cannot load any image anymore.
there is more than 10 drawings feeling blocked on my dsktop.
i'll try again later.
is any body aware of how much space we have on blogger?

i am working on getting the 6.30 minutes track out of the country via the dial-up connection. i hope it'll work. it may take one hour or two to upload 10mb. i'll post a note on where you can download it from whenever it's there.


  1. for mazen -

    take care!
    (hope file size is ok...)

  2. Just found out about your blog. My heart is with you. Your drawings does open a window to what is going on over the border. Thank you very much! Hope everyone you know is OK, and that we will all return to some sort of normality soon.

    Take care,
    Eitan, Haifa.

  3. Dear Mazen:

    I'm editor of a webzine called I published your drawings in MRZine. The URL for the MRZine page for your thoughts and drawings is

  4. cowboydog
    Good blog.

    And Blogger sometimes has problems so keep uploading the pictures.

  5. Mazen,

    Thank you. Because of your artwork, I've sat here all afternoon thinking about the crisis situation in the middle east, your situation and Israel's situation, simply trying to understand a place I have never been.

    The image of "resist" that you created, it is simply brilliant. What I can not understand, you have portrayed.

    I live in the western Rocky Mountains in a sub chain called The Selkirks.

    The only way I can even begin to imagine the emotions you must feel and quantify the horror facing all those you love is to imagine if this area was destroyed and ruined in a week. To have to leave here and have nowhere to go, no sense of place, no way to communicate with those I love is something beyond my imagination.

    Take good care and thank you again.

  6. Mate I just heard your interview on JJJ in Australia. I have just spent the last half an hour reading through all your posts.

    I hope that all is well and your family is safe. I love the fact that you can get your thoughts and drawings out to the world.

    Take care and keep safe.

  7. Hello mazen. Just heard your interview on JJJ in Australia. Sorry to see the mess that your country is in. Killing and hurting innocent people in the name of 'defence'in this age is totaly unaceptable. Have we learnt nothing as a race? Keep drawing and playing, you are inspiring people to start to think. Good luck, be safe and keep proud.