In “Shake Shack” … the works of Saudi artist Syed Fayzan reflect modern beauty

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One of his creations at Robin Plaza created a stadium that refers to the most famous areas in Riyadh

The works of Saudi artist Syed Fayzan adorned two branches of Shake Shack in the Saudi capital.

The brand displays art pieces inspired by pop culture in its two branches at the Al Bustan Center and Robin Plaza, and it enjoys a lot of interaction, whether on the ground or through social media, especially through Instagram.

Among the fun atmosphere that characterizes the holidays, Syed Faizan’s work at Shake Shack at Al Bustan Center embodies the modern beauty seen through huge sunglasses that reflect the distinctive “Shake Shack Burger” and fried potatoes. This artwork reflects all the joys of the delicious meal against the background of the slogan “Shake Shack” .

At the Shake Shack branch in Robin Plaza, Syed Faizan created a modern playground by referring to the most popular area in Riyadh.

Through swirls of warm colors, “Faizan” re-embodied some modern landmarks in Riyadh, such as: the Kingdom Tower, the Majdool commercial tower “The Twisted Tower” and the Al Faisaliyah Tower.

This surreal, thrilling work also includes some women drivers, the Saudi flag, the famous “Shake Shack Burger” and French fries.

Collaboration with local artists such as Syed Faizan is part of the “Stand for Something Good” mission, an initiative aimed at supporting local talent from artists, musicians and craftsmen.

There is no doubt that the artworks displayed in Shake Shack simulate society and provide artists with a distinct platform to showcase their work and talents.

Shack runs the Shack Gives Back program to honor employees who volunteer to support local artists.

Riyadh has joined Dubai and other international locations where Shake Shack restaurants are located and celebrate local artists.

Artists in both cities were able to create the most beautiful pieces of art inspired by their passion for local culture, society and neighborhoods, while maintaining the high quality of “Shake Shack”.




In “Shake Shack” … the works of the Saudi artist, Syed Faizan, reflect modern beauty

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The works of Saudi artist Syed Fayazan adorned two branches of Shake Shack in the Saudi capital.

The brand displays art pieces inspired by pop culture in its two branches at Al Bustan Center and Robin Plaza, and it enjoys a lot of interaction, whether on the ground or through social media, especially through Instagram.

Among the fun atmosphere that characterizes the holidays, Syed Faizan’s work at Shake Shack at Al Bustan Center embodies the modern beauty seen through huge sunglasses that reflect the distinctive “Shake Shack Burger” and fried potatoes. This artwork reflects all the joys of the delicious meal against the background of the slogan “Shake Shack” .

At the Shake Shack branch in Robin Plaza, Syed Faizan created a modern playground by referring to the most popular area in Riyadh.

Through swirls of warm colors, “Faizan” re-embodied some modern landmarks in Riyadh, such as: the Kingdom Tower, the Majdool commercial tower “The Twisted Tower” and the Al Faisaliyah Tower.

This surreal, thrilling work also includes some women drivers, the Saudi flag, the famous “Shake Shack Burger” and French fries.

Collaboration with local artists such as Syed Faizan is part of the “Stand for Something Good” mission, an initiative that aims to support local talent from artists, musicians and craftsmen.

There is no doubt that the artworks presented in Shake Shack simulate society and provide artists with a distinct platform to showcase their work and talents.

Shack Gives Back runs a program that recognizes employees who volunteer to support local artists.

Riyadh has joined Dubai and other international locations where Shake Shack restaurants are located and celebrate local artists.

Artists in both cities were able to create the most beautiful pieces of art inspired by their passion for local culture, society and neighborhoods, while maintaining the high quality of “Shake Shack”.

08 September 2020 – 20 Muharram 1442

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One of his creations at Robin Plaza created a stadium that refers to the most famous areas in Riyadh

The works of Saudi artist Syed Fayzan adorned two branches of Shake Shack in the Saudi capital.

The brand displays art pieces inspired by pop culture in its two branches at Al Bustan Center and Robin Plaza, and it enjoys a lot of interaction, whether on the ground or through social media, especially through Instagram.

Among the fun atmosphere that characterizes the holidays, Syed Faizan’s work at Shake Shack at Al Bustan Center embodies the modern beauty seen through huge sunglasses that reflect the distinctive “Shake Shack Burger” and fried potatoes. This artwork reflects all the joys of the delicious meal against the background of the slogan “Shake Shack” .

At the Shake Shack branch in Robin Plaza, Syed Faizan created a modern playground by referring to the most popular area in Riyadh.

Through swirls of warm colors, “Faizan” re-embodied some of the modern landmarks in Riyadh, such as: Kingdom Tower, Majdool commercial tower “The Twisted Tower” and Al Faisaliah Tower.

This surreal, thrilling work also includes some women drivers, the Saudi flag, the famous “Shake Shack Burger” and French fries.

Collaboration with local artists such as Syed Faizan is part of the “Stand for Something Good” mission, an initiative that aims to support local talent from artists, musicians and craftsmen.

There is no doubt that the artworks displayed in Shake Shack simulate society and provide artists with a distinct platform to showcase their work and talents.

Shack runs the Shack Gives Back program to honor employees who volunteer to support local artists.

Riyadh has joined Dubai and other international locations where Shake Shack restaurants are located and celebrate local artists.

Artists in both cities were able to create the most beautiful pieces of art inspired by their passion for local culture, society and neighborhoods, while maintaining the high quality of “Shake Shack”.





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