It’s Ramadan, an incredibly important month for Muslims each year. One of the most significant daily routines of the month is iftar, the time of breaking fast which holds feelings of togetherness, warmth and light.
Zarah, assisted by Josh, fuses traditional Islamic geometric shapes with contemporary neon colours to signify the British Muslim experience and the warmth of breaking fast. Tying it all together, Rakaya Fetuga’s poem, “Iftar”, captures the mood, feelings and vibes of those Ramadan nights that Muslims the world over know all too well.
Hang around until sunset when iftar hits and share in this special time for Muslims and keep your eyes on the lights…they might change 🤩