Jordanian artist and architect Saleh Mansour paints masks.
A Jordanian architect and artist, Saleh Mansour, started doing his own bit to encourage people to adapt to the new lifestyle changes amid the on-going coronavirus pandemic.
By painting the regular face-masks and making them attractive to people, the artist aims to make the people of Jordan to come together to face the pandemic in a positive way.
Saleh Mansour makes these masks with sketches in his home.
He's passionate about urban sketching and paintings that represent cities.
Saleh translates urban communities and architectural details to watercolour paintings in a unique way.
His paintings describe daily life scenes of the city with an added layer of his emotions and feelings, which gives another dimension to the scene and the painting itself.
All designs are inspired by the urban environment and historical places , to be fulled with love from Jordan to all over the world.
Haafiza Sayed is also a trained interior designer and has worked extensively in this field in the early days of her career.
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