With all that has happened in Afghanistan since August of this year, I was inspired to create three designs symbolising three things Afghans have a lot of and need to maintain: hope, strength and resilience, and honour.
This design represents hope. Featuring a kite decorated with a pair of the beloved’s eyes, the infamous Kabul mountains with the colourful houses teetering, and a Dari proverb written underneath that means “in the place where water once ran, water will run again”.
All profits go to Durkhanum Sewing Circle Round 2 which you can read about here!
Three images taken by Balqis Hindash, a Palestinian Macedonian high priestess trying to get out of Dubai.