Fadi Francis poses with white ceramic paste characters that he made in Cairo.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
Art is the most effective medium that can help highlight any emotion.
Especially in such trying times with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, art can be a way of relief for many.
An Egyptian journalist who is also an artist, Fadi Francis works on ceramic sculptures of famous and iconic personalities from around the world.
The 29-year-old bundle of talent aims at making 100 personalities who have made an impact with their lives from all over the world.
His list of ceramic sculptures includes people from all walks of life, be it sports, politics, arts, history, he has it all covered.
His list of sculptures ranges from Queen Elizabeth to the Pope to French writer Voltaire to French poet Victor Hugo and many more.
His diverse collection also includes personalities from Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The artist looks forward to exhibiting his collection once he completes the 100 in a grand way.
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