This Artist Draws People’s Emotions That Can’t Be Expressed By Words – Design You Trust

This Artist Draws People’s Emotions That Can’t Be Expressed By Words

According to a young artist Ahmed Awad: “Hi, my name is Ahmed Awad, I’m 22 years old. Eritrea Studio is my creative child, a playground where I experiment with feelings through art. The main idea behind Eritrea is to express a specific emotion, feeling or a situation that you can’t normally express with words; so, I choose to deliver it with drawings. Expressing my ideas on love, gender equality, politics and pain through art has always been helpful for me. I used my mind and heart to build expressive artwork through drawing, digital illustration and other creative composition methods.”

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