A portrait of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has been created using 9,000 Fingerprints

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A portrait of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has been created using 9,000 Fingerprints

A rather unique portrait of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohamed Bin Salman, is on display at the Village of Roses at Taif Season at the moment - it’s made from 9,000 fingerprints.

The stunning portrait of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was created by a Saudi Artist, Talal Al-Abbasi, and took five days to be completed – using fingerprints from all walks of life, even using a five-month-old baby’s.

Al-Abassi revealed that this particular portrait was not only his favourite out of all his creations, it was also the most important and he takes pride in it as well. And the reason for this is because of how the portrait was made.

Al-Abassi wanted to involve the people in its creation by using fingerprints taken from visitors of all nationalities and ages.

The portrait of the crown prince is just one of the many artworks displayed on Art Street, where more than 200 Saudi artists participated to beautify the area with their talents.

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