Mixes reality with imagination.. Iraqi hairdresser paints paintings from the remains of his clients’ hair

Faleh immortalized the international basketball player Kobe Bryant with the largest hair drawing on the stadium (Al-Jazeera)
Bullfighting drawing (Al Jazeera)
Faleh says he was influenced by the Italian painter Leonardo da Vinci (Al Jazeera)

Reality and Fiction

Nidal Elia believes that Faleh mixes reality with fiction to produce images as if they were real (Al-Jazeera)
Faleh relies on his fertile imagination in drawing temporary paintings that quickly disappear after he takes pictures of them (Al-Jazeera)
One of Faleh’s drawings
Al-Jazia: Faleh, the hairdresser, broke the rule of creativity and innovation, and was able, through his innate art, to form paintings that differ from the usual (Al-Jazeera)

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