Jamal's project Angels of War, exclusively available at Art Represent, discusses terrorism, and the belief that martyrs will be attributed angels in their after-life. Penjweny explains that this project is about “telling these suicide bombers that they already have angels with them in real life – they don’t need to move on to another life to find them.....These pictures were taken to encourage these people to move from darkness to light.” 


These exclusive limited edition prints are from Art Represent's special fundraising exhibition with conflict photographer Luke Cody. After having spent several years in the banking sector, self-taught photographer Luke Cody began using the camera as a tool to tell stories. His works are a result of his self-funded projects to Afghanistan, Egypt, Palestine, Turkey and Ukraine. They provide insight into  the daily lives of those in the midst of warfare.