The art of Mohammed Ali has been taken across the globe and described as challenging the oft-heard term 'clash of civilisations.' with his fusion of street-art and islamic script, along with his conscious messages.
It was after his new-found passion and rediscovery of his faith in Islam, that Mohammed, also known by the name Aerosolarabic, began to fuse his graffiti-art with the grace and eloquence of sacred and Islamic script and patterns. He describes his work as, 'taking the best of both worlds.' and bringing back to the forefront principles that are gradually fading away from our modern societies. Mohammed Ali's art is appreciated by people of all faith and cultures and he has exhibited his canvas-art as well as created his public spiritual murals in the streets of major cities, such as New York, Chicago, Toronto, Melbourne and Dubai to name but a few.
He delivers public lectures about the power of the arts to transform society and how the arts can tackle some of the difficult issues that we face in multi-cultural societies.
Mohammed has recently been awarded an ITV South Bank Show Award which recognises the best in British Art and he continues to travel the world and painting messages of hope, freedom, justice and love.