Street artist Pejac has flown to the middle east and has been leaving his mark Jordan. His first project included four interventions in Al-Hussein, a Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, Jordan,and an be found here. Pejac second project ‘ Mothers Artists’ found him at the Al-Azraq refugee camp and can be found here.
Pejac headed to the bohemian and popular neighbourhood of Jabal Al-Weibdeh in Amman for his third project. This artwork was painted right next to a kids playground and close by the the impressive Rey Abdullah I Mosque.
“On the one hand I’m talking about Jordan, a country that has a long history of hospitality towards refugees. Today, for example, there are over 1.6 million Syrian refugees and over 2 million Palestine refugees in Jordan.
On the other hand without knowing it, a big part of Jordan’s population and its future is being determined by, is in the hands of, the kids.” Pejac
This project was made in collaboration with the Spanish embassy in Amman
Photo courtesy of Pejac