The well-known Emirati artist and designer, Hisham Al-Mazloum, designed a distinct logo on the occasion of the Saudi National Day 90 and dedicated it to the Saudi people, as it suggests the cohesion and cohesion between the two countries and two peoples, and affirms the extent of the close interdependence between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the State of the United Arab Emirates, government and people.The design is characterized by integration, durability and innovation in form and content. The circle of the number “zero” comes inside it the palm and the two swords, while the green color dominates the design in general, and it is the color that distinguishes the Saudi flag, which is taken in all aspects of Saudi life, as it is a symbol of optimism and hope, Prosperity, security, safety, and stability, which is what the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has lived and lived by, praise be to God, since its foundation by the late King Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, founder of this great nation, passing through and an extension of all its kings and rulers, may God have mercy on them all, up to the era of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, and His Royal Highness Prince Muhammad bin Salman, His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman. May God preserve and protect them, and make them an asset for this great nation.
Emirati is Saudi and Saudi is Emirati
Perhaps the most distinctive feature of this slogan is the phrase chosen by the Emirati designer Hisham Al Mazloum .. “The Emirati is Saudi and the Saudi is the Emirati” .. which is a beautiful, smooth, innovative phrase with a promising future vision, inspired by the core of the reality lived between the two countries and two peoples. This choice is more than wonderful and successful. As the most beautiful of what is described by these two brotherly peoples. This is what the oppressed interacted with and reflected on this determination that he guides to the Saudi people as an expression of his love for his second country.
The designer, Hisham Al Mazloum, was born in Sharjah in 1961, and has spent more than 37 years in the arts and designs of logos and visual identity. He worked as a consultant and administrator for some artistic and cultural projects and international artistic programs, as a general supervisor of all publications in the Department of Culture in the Government of Sharjah, as a founding member and member of the Supreme Committee of the Sharjah International Biennial of Fine Arts, and as General Director of the Arts Department in the Department of Culture
In the government of Sharjah, and director of the Sharjah Art Museum, and the last of which was president of the Sharjah Society for Literature and Arts. Mazloum held a number of solo exhibitions for the art of logo design, as the first Gulf specialist to hold such exhibitions specialized in logos. He also received many appreciation awards.
He designed many logos and posters for local, Gulf, Arab and international sports federations, clubs and tournaments, and perhaps the design of the Sharjah TV logo is considered one of the most cherished slogans, in addition to his design of many postage stamps for the UAE, in addition to his designs for book covers and publications.