لينا

لينا


David LaChapelle, Addicted to Diamonds, 1997

David LaChapelle, Addicted to Diamonds, 1997

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middleeasternpoetry:

Where are you O Wild Deer? I have known you for a while, here. Both loners, both lost, both forsaken. The wild beast, for ambush, have all waken. Let us inquire of each other’s state If we can, each other’s wishes consummate. I can see this chaotic field joy and peace sometimes won’t yield. O friends, tell me who braves the danger to befriend the forsaken? - Hafez 
No friends but the mountains. 
*Kurdistan, 1991. A woman and her daughter fleeing war. Photograph by Chris Kutschera.

middleeasternpoetry:

Where are you O Wild Deer? I have known you for a while, here. Both loners, both lost, both forsaken. The wild beast, for ambush, have all waken. Let us inquire of each other’s state If we can, each other’s wishes consummate. I can see this chaotic field joy and peace sometimes won’t yield. O friends, tell me who braves the danger to befriend the forsaken? - Hafez 

No friends but the mountains. 

*Kurdistan, 1991. A woman and her daughter fleeing war. Photograph by Chris Kutschera.

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isqineeha:

Pattern to Follow (2013) - Pakistani Artist AISHA KHALID

Part of Aisha Khalid’s belief in the spirituality and divinity the infinite geometric shapes can provide, Pattern to Follow seeks to create images that are relative to Islamic and Pakistani art in a manner that doesn’t restrict the viewers to the image infront of their eyes. Instead, Aisha creates images that allow the viewers to explore for themselves the levels of spirituality these patterns and layers pave the way for them to follow.
isqineeha:

Pattern to Follow (2013) - Pakistani Artist AISHA KHALID

Part of Aisha Khalid’s belief in the spirituality and divinity the infinite geometric shapes can provide, Pattern to Follow seeks to create images that are relative to Islamic and Pakistani art in a manner that doesn’t restrict the viewers to the image infront of their eyes. Instead, Aisha creates images that allow the viewers to explore for themselves the levels of spirituality these patterns and layers pave the way for them to follow.
isqineeha:

Pattern to Follow (2013) - Pakistani Artist AISHA KHALID

Part of Aisha Khalid’s belief in the spirituality and divinity the infinite geometric shapes can provide, Pattern to Follow seeks to create images that are relative to Islamic and Pakistani art in a manner that doesn’t restrict the viewers to the image infront of their eyes. Instead, Aisha creates images that allow the viewers to explore for themselves the levels of spirituality these patterns and layers pave the way for them to follow.
isqineeha:

Pattern to Follow (2013) - Pakistani Artist AISHA KHALID

Part of Aisha Khalid’s belief in the spirituality and divinity the infinite geometric shapes can provide, Pattern to Follow seeks to create images that are relative to Islamic and Pakistani art in a manner that doesn’t restrict the viewers to the image infront of their eyes. Instead, Aisha creates images that allow the viewers to explore for themselves the levels of spirituality these patterns and layers pave the way for them to follow.

isqineeha:

Pattern to Follow (2013) - Pakistani Artist AISHA KHALID

Part of Aisha Khalid’s belief in the spirituality and divinity the infinite geometric shapes can provide, Pattern to Follow seeks to create images that are relative to Islamic and Pakistani art in a manner that doesn’t restrict the viewers to the image infront of their eyes. Instead, Aisha creates images that allow the viewers to explore for themselves the levels of spirituality these patterns and layers pave the way for them to follow.

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Isobel Adderley (UK)     Collages
red-lipstick:

Isobel Adderley (UK)     Collages
red-lipstick:

Isobel Adderley (UK)     Collages

red-lipstick:

Isobel Adderley (UK)     Collages

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AL SOUQ AL ARABI, KHARTOUM

AL SOUQ AL ARABI, KHARTOUM

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