Name:Â Mohammad Tamimi
Profession: Interior Designer/ Illustrator.
Motto: “To Thine Own Self Be True”
Your most valued possession
My computer: Iâ€™ve named her Velvetine.
Where we can find you most?
Surrounded by my friends at one of their houses.
One thing you cannot live without?
My purple blanket.Â It always smells good and never fails to keep me warm.
Who inspires you the most?
I find inspiration in the world itself and it is never one thing. It can be a chocolate bar, the green-ness of a green apple, the smile of a friend, a perfect moment… those kinds of things.
Five things you need for survival?
Art folder, pencil case, snuggly blanket, phone and my wallet.
Car you would like to own?
A Jaguar. I love the logo.
Your idea of peace?
Wind, ocean, cool breeze and a Snickers bar.
Your goal in life?
To become a world class illustrator for a video game company.
Items you keep on buying even though you have plenty of them?
Cat food … I am in constant fear of my cat not having enough to eat.
Craziest thing you have ever done?
I ordered a bucket of a chicken at a wedding because the food was horrible.Â I took the groom and some of our friends to the pool area where the bucket of chicken ceased to exist. The groom bought me a teddy bear the next day.
If you could wake up tomorrow in someone elseâ€™s body, it would beâ€¦?
Chef Ramsey. During the finals of Hell’s Kitchen.
Music you would want played at your funeral?
Opening: Blue Jeans, Lana del Rey.
Mid section: I Will Always Love you,Â Whitney Houston.
Ending: My Boy Lolipop, the version of Tequila presents Tania Maria
Current Last SONG syndrome (LSS)?
Jeff Buckley – Everybody Wants You.
If today were your last day- where would you rush to go?
Idea of a perfect weekend?
Thursday karaoke, Friday beach hang out, Saturday cool down chill.
If you were on death row, what would your last meal be?
I will call it the bucket of doom. Huge metal bucket with KFC, Pizza, Shawarma, Steak, Dynamite Shrimp and Alfredo Pasta with Truffle Oil.
My mom’s Chocolate Mousse dessert.
Photography by: Angeli Castillo