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Frontliners from around the world have been working tirelessly to fight against a global pandemic, and we cannot thank them enough for helping and saving our lives.
30 year old Mohammad Ikhwan Ibrahim took his appreciation for them a step further by creating a beautiful sand sculpture to commemorate our frontliners. The sculpture is to honour the frontliners for all their hard work, dedication and sacrifices during these trying times.
Ikhwan’s sand sculpture was carved at the passenger ferry terminal in Kuah, the district capital of Langkawi, Kedah. The beautiful piece of art is 3.048m long and 1.6764m in height.
“The sand sculpture was created as a tribute and in support of our frontliners, who have been unwavering in protecting and taking care of Malaysians throughout the pandemic,” Ikhwan said to BERNAMA.
The sculpture, which took 15 days to complete, included four figures which represent the country’s frontliners- namely food delivery riders, doctors/nurses, police officers and of course, Malaysia’s Health Director-General, Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
The art piece, titled “Ikhwan Saloot” is made out of river sand and it can last up to three months before it naturally fades away due to erosion.
Keep up the great work Ikhwan.
To all frontliners, we thank you for all that you do.
Info via The Star
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