Abu Mohammad Hirbawi was searching for an old photo in a negative strip (before digital photography). He discovered a negative photo of a traditional black and white Kufiya. Inspiration ! He immediately sat down at his machine and designed an inverted Palestinian Kufiya. Here is the result.
Represented in enchanting Blue and Purple, the city of Bisan (بيسان), Canaanite for “home of gods”, now annexed by Israel, resides at the junction of the Jordan River and Jezreel Valleys, and is decorated by luscious green fields, trees, rivers and waterfalls, and ruins from as far as 3000 BCE.