Jordan businesses get philanthropic makeover
Two Amman based graphic designers have started a project that offers dilapidated businesses modern makeovers - completely free of charge.
Ali Almasri and Hussein Alazaat say they set up the Wajha project when they noticed that the capital had become cluttered with cheap, mass produced signage.
It has been a success in Jordan and they are looking to replicate it in other countries.
Video journalist: Howard Johnson
31 Jan 2015
- From the section Business