If there's anything art
serves well, then it's
"freedom" & "escapism"
I’ve always enjoyed painting ever since I was a kid. Every day I would come back from school excited to watch “Art Attack”. I would start pulling out all sorts of colors and materials within reach to create something meaningful. And that passion of mine proceeded to high school, where I had to move with my family to Leeds, UK. There I made sure I expanded my creative skills by completing my GCSE/BETC courses in Design and Technology, Media, ICT, and Photography. As well as encountering graffiti for the first time at an after-school activity.
Surprisingly, it wasn’t up until I returned back to Jeddah that my need to do street art kept getting louder in my head. It was during Medical School that I felt my creative side was drifting away and needed saving.
Graffiti at that moment was the answer to restore the balance. To me, it is more than just scribbles on a wall, but a journey filled with exploration, excitement, and self-expression, with a sweet sense of naïve rebellion.
G A L L E R Y
Let the air fulfil your lungs and save you from drowning in your thoughts.
Who will win thin time? Or will there a day come where the calculations aline with the beats.
Inside of me lives another life.
Traditional patterns in an old wall's building.