Zoom Woman wearing a white shirt standing in water. Shirt has a fist drawn on it, and the words "watan ya kafan" in Dari. The woman looks away from the camera, down at the water.
Zoom A woman's fist, holding barb wire, bleeding, nails painted black, red and green,  a tattoo of Afghanistan on the wrist, with the words "watan ya kafan" written in Dari in blood above.
Zoom Strength & Resilience
Zoom Woman wearing a white shirt standing in water. Shirt has a woman's fist, holding barb wire, bleeding, nails painted black, red and green,  a tattoo of Afghanistan on the wrist, with the words "watan ya kafan" written in Dari in blood above.

Strength & Resilience

$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 strength and resilience. No matter what, we will continue fighting for Afghanistan, until the death. “Watan ya kafan” was a saying popularised in the 1990s- our homeland or the grave, which I think fits the current mood: we fight for life.

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. 

 

Woman wearing a white shirt standing in water. Shirt has a fist drawn on it, and the words "watan ya kafan" in Dari. The woman looks away from the camera, down at the water.

Strength & Resilience

$35.00