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Serpiente y Paloma / Workshop Tour.

Crowns instead of thorns nests for the children of Israel & Palestine.

Crowns instead of thorns nests for the children of Israel & Palestine.

We are glad. One of our young interns, Ahmad Mansour will go to Palestine this Christmas to stay with his family and do his thesis project . That isn't all. He was working with us in the Serpent and the Dove about a year ago and ask us about a project/workshop for him to bring there. So as he said; Ojála (if God wills) he will travel as a Dibuja Correspondent, doing few interventions in Washington, Germany, Amsterdam and few workshops with kids and family on Jordan and the West Bank. 

We are preparing a nice workshop and few stencils for him to travel, share the story and continue the process of collective illustration, as this project came to be from the beginning. We are eager to see the fruit of this journey that is the beautiful process of sharing, creating and documenting what we belief is a short, sweet, beautiful and explosive little story. 

Stay tune for live coverage of this journey.


Ahmad Mansour is a Dibuja Correspondent in Palestine.

Soon, you will be able to download this and other stencils and work it out on your own Communities.

Soon, you will be able to download this and other stencils and work it out on your own Communities.



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