hani-el-masri-wdi-imagineer-and-artist An extremely sad news happened this morning as Hani El Masri, former WDI Imagineer, highly talented designer and illustrator and very good friend of mine died in Los Angeles at 63 at 2.30 am, surrounded by his son Cherif and friends. Hani had more than thirty-five years of an award-winning, creative career in illustration, graphic design, and advertising as well as children’s books and theater productions. And for Disney fans he was a WDI imagineer who did creative concept for many WDI projects.
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