Stories In My Hands

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More than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives during the civil war so far. Ibrahim didn’t want to contribute to this statistic so he made his way to Germany and started a new life. His project – Stories In My Hands – began two and a half years ago, has 42,4K Instagram followers (@ibrsoul), and proves that hands can definitely talk and heal.

“I got the idea of using my hands because they are quite expressive and productive. I thought I might run out of ideas after few weeks, but thankfully I didn‘t. The more photos I post, the more understanding and realization I develop of how powerful the human hand is.”

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

 
by Mohammad Ibrahim Hammada

 

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Laís Pamplona is a Brazilian born Business Manager & Professional Ballet Dancer based in Austria. She connects artists and buyers. Her goal is to get a reader, regardless of background or interest, excited about different types of art.

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