Ahmad El-Abi is an Egyptian artist who studied medicine and found his true passion and devotion in conceptual arts & photography. He manages his projects from their conceptual Stage to the final product creation, doing every single step from A to Z on his own. His photos reflect a variety of subjects inspired by everyday experiences. He seeks to develop innovative and untraditional ways to embody visual impulses in his artwork.
The self-portraits are delightfully fun and quirky, featuring an abundance of colors, extra props, and a clear sense of humor. El-Abi stuffs his hair with objects ranging from dried pasta, Legos, and crazy straws to matches, colorful clothespins, and pinwheels. El-Abi says, “I hope to inspire others to open their eyes, to do what they love and to discover more about what they can do, because when I started photography three years ago, I didn’t know I would be doing conceptual/creative photography. I really love it when someone says my photos cheer them up because they are colorful and funny.”