Zoom A woman kneels on the beach in a black shirt, with a Palestinian scarf on her head and her eyes closed. On her shirt is a woman in traditional Afghan clothes and jewellery sits looking at the camera, but her eyes are covered with the words "Zoret Mayta Ke Afghan Hastum" in Latinised Dari, in white font.
Zoom Against an all black backdrop, a woman in traditional Afghan clothes and jewellery sits looking at the camera, but her eyes are covered with the words "Zoret Mayta Ke Afghan Hastum" in Latinised Dari, in white font.
Zoom A woman stands in a black shirt, with a Palestinian scarf on her head, in the middle of speaking, hands in the air. On her shirt is a woman in traditional Afghan clothes and jewellery sits looking at the camera, but her eyes are covered with the words "Zoret Mayta Ke Afghan Hastum" in Latinised Dari, in white font.

Honour

$35.00

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 honour. A tongue in cheek line that I wrote in Latinised Dari, “does it frustrate you that I am Afghan?” Featuring an anonymous Afghan woman, in our traditional clothes: there is nothing more satisfying than being proudly Afghan.

All profits go to Durkhanum Sewing Circle Round 2 which you can read about here!

Two images taken by Balqis Hindash, a Palestinian Macedonian high priestess trying to get out of Dubai. 

A woman kneels on the beach in a black shirt, with a Palestinian scarf on her head and her eyes closed. On her shirt is a woman in traditional Afghan clothes and jewellery sits looking at the camera, but her eyes are covered with the words "Zoret Mayta Ke Afghan Hastum" in Latinised Dari, in white font.

Honour

$35.00