Mira El Khalil is not a painter, illustrator, photographer, musician or singer. She is all of them together; she is a holistic young artist. The most interesting part for me is that she doesn't practice art professionally nor does she work in an art studio. It is a personal hobby, her way of expressing her thoughts of the world around her.
A while back I had the opportunity to be part of a project that aimed to protect the rights of persons with disabilities. The most important thing I learned, is that the majority of these people don't need nor want special treatment. They just want to live, eat, drink, love, go to school, have fun, move, go to work and experience everyday situations like any other person without having to face inequalities in their daily lives.
Our mobile devices today are our gateways to the connected world. Whether we need to find a new restaurant, watch a movie, book a trip, check the news or post a picture on social media, we go to our smartphones first. Anytime, anywhere. It doesn’t matter if we start on mobile and complete the action on a bigger screen. The decision to be interested in a topic or not has already been taken on that smaller mobile screen. The Turning…
Every now-and-then, you bump into a fresh grad that you believe has a lot of energy talent and potential. Most important, someone who is putting a lot of personal effort on top of what they learned in university to master their craft and stand out from the crowd. These posts aim to shed the light on young talented people and showcase their work.
"There is no point planning for a future, which, when you get to it, and it becomes the present, you won’t be there." - Alan Watts