About nisreen abu dail
Born in 1976 in Amman, Jordan, nisreen abu dail received her B.Arch in architecture from The Jordan University of Science and Technology. Carving out a career in her home country nisreen used architecture as a departure point for her personal exploration of art and design. In her spare time nisreen honed her creative process outside of the confines of architecture, with a distinct minimalist aesthetic she experimented with embroidery, textiles, jewelry, furniture and even handcrafted cards that were exhibited in local venues. In 2004 nisreen moved to the USA where she simultaneously developed her career as both an architect and artist, studying screen-printing at the Corcoran College of Art in Washington, D.C and exhibiting her artwork in local and national art shows and festivals including Artscape (2007). In 2009 the Embassy of Jordan in Washington D.C. invited nisreen to participate in Arabesque: Arts of the Arab world, an international festival of Arab culture organized and hosted by the city's prestigious John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Returning to Jordan in 2009, together with her sister, nermeen abu dail, nisreen co-founded naqsh collective.
About nermeen abu dail
Born in 1980 and hailing from Amman, Jordan nermeen abu dail graduated with a BA in graphics from Yarmouk University. Rapidly establishing herself as a leader in graphic design, working with prominent regional and international agencies, nermeen was keen to take her talents to the next level. In her next move, together with her sister, nisreen abu dail she went on to establish naqsh collective. Currently based in Dubai, her creative efforts are typically within the branding industry fusing her understanding of local culture with her understanding of brand building and identity to produce work that exudes international appeal.