Children With Down Syndrome Recreate Famous Paintings To Prove That Everyone Is A Work Of Art
Albanian photographer Soela Zani gives a new life to individual with Down Syndrome by recreating most famous paintings, and it’s been a great accomplishement.
Let’s not forget that the importance of family awareness and our attitude towards people who are different are great. To educate children and to provide the clear differences for individuals with special needs, to develop positive attitudes and behaviors of the adults of the future we have to create positive examples.
Because we are stronger than our differences, with more happiness.
“Every human is a piece of art.”
Via Bored Panda
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