Humans of Kurdistan
The "Humans Of Kurdistan" project aims to present the cultural diversity of the country. A look at the faces but also the stories that lie behind each of them.

February 12, 2021

“Age to me, is the biggest thing that could be wasted in life. The fact that we have to think second by second not to waste our lives and that death comes at last scares me a lot, and I believe it’s okay because most people are like that. The death of my loved ones has been the hardest thing. While growing up, I realized that regardless of your beliefs and how you think, you could only survive by spending time with your loved ones. Life is short, try to make people happy, and that’s the only advice I could give. The best time of my life is when I draw, when I turn people’s feelings into drawings. It’d be very difficult for to get away from art. I still regret the fact that I went to Sports college and not arts. The day I saw Alan Kurdi’s body on the shore I became hopeless from life, I’ll never forget that image. People who I have helped become better have turned their backs on me, and that could be very depressing”.