Imran Anwar often, truthfully, says that "I couldn't draw a straight line if my life depended on it."
Fortunately for Imran, his life never has depended on it. And, fortunately for him, it is possible for him to get creative with colors and designs using other devices than pencils and paint brushes. Unfortunately, for the rest of the world, the engineer, inventor, writer, publisher, consultant, and media professional can now foist upon the rest of us the results of his "creative streak" [though fortunately no one has witnessed him 'streaking,' unless someone happens to live in a high rise opposite his Manhattan apartment, and has nothing better to do than focus their binoculars on Imran's windows ;-) ]
Through this page, we introduce to you the "art part" of Imran Anwar. We cannot claim it will make it into the halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but we were surprised to find out that it did make it to the walls of some people's walls, who actually have framed and signed copies of some of Imran's art.
Color prints of "Manhattan Skyline on UN's 50th" (shown at low-resolution 25% of actual size) are available framed and signed by the "artist" for $20 only (donated to charitable causes in Pakistan).
IMRAN Home Page
Of course they will be worth $20,000 when he becomes rich and famous, but at the rate of $20 a piece we do not expect him to become rich very soon!
Non-framed signed prints are only $5, for those who believe in him, but do not expect to make $20,000 anytime soon, or can buy frames cheaper!