|Image credit - Ayla Hibri|
The sparse words - poems - sometimes really reinforce the mood of the image or stray away from it, and truth be told Hibri is a better visual story teller than one in words, but as she said "misery loves company, so they invented language". And in the introductory sentence of the book, she puts it outright:
"it looks like nothing
all cities are the same"
Good for us that, whereas all cities are the same, all books are not the same. Kaph books has - through Ayla Hibri - a strong outing for a mesmerizing output.