I received a special invitation, which I enthusiastically welcome, from my friend Mohamed Al Banna, to draw His Royal Highness Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai. An opportunity to try and give credit to an extraordinary political leader!

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The other day, I received this message from my friend Mohamed Al Banna of Dubai with the invitation to try to replicate the design of His Royal Highness Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. I’m not a painter or an artist, but I tried. It took me time to finish it. The result does not seem to throw away: when you combine passion, inspiration and enthusiasm, miracles arrive! Drawing His Highness Sheik Rashid was the expression of a feeling of respect and appreciation for a leader who taught to fight for what you believe. Thanks to my friend and brother Mohamed Al Banna, today I did an experiment to test that and give proof of his message.

You never know what you are really capable of doing until you try, especially when there are passion and heart!

I decided to share this experience with you: I was lucky and privileged to experience Dubai where I built a true brotherhood with Mohamed. I met an extraordinary place that, less than 50 years ago, was just an oasis in the desert. But a unique and extraordinary vision, a dream and an exceptional capability for political planning have transformed that oasis into an international hub, with millions of tourists a year, one of the most innovative and advanced education systems in the world, a place where to exploit many concrete and palpable opportunities in the air! And it was not only a matter of money to make the difference: in the same Region, there are other economically powerful countries that have not built what Sheik Rashid imagined.

The first picture is the original one, the second one is my drawing. Try to draw the same picture, share it with me and see the artistic results from all around the world with the portrait of Sheikh Mohamed, mentioning ابونا الشيخ محمد بن راشد آل مكتوم.


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