Pop art has helped her to create pieces that showcase aspects of the Arab world that is greatly unknown to the Western world, Dawudi added. Her art revolves around Arab people in their day-to-day lives but with elements that she said her followers find fascinating. “Whether it’s Saudi Arabia, Jordan or Egypt, no matter how different we are, we all can be victims to misconceptions and prejudice,” Dawudi explained.
The intellectual vision of the Arab Spring paved the way for an artistic revolution, with the rise of the digital Arab Pop Art movement at the frontlines. Somehow, the radicalness of pop art gave a sense of community for the youth to freely express themselves and share their work at their own terms. Finally, as artists are influenced by their daily experiences, their online presence presents eternal documentation for future generations and historians to study. That is the value and power of the Arab Pop Art movement.