Posts By: UNGA

‘Give Us Love’

Our latest mural in Jaljulia, a collaboration between Haifa’s master calligrapher @ahmad_zoabi and @Unga_bfc inspired by the poem Give Us Love by the Palestinian poet Fadwa Tuqan. Zoabi has been practicing traditional Arabic calligraphy for more than a decade, in this work he used Thuluth script originating from Iraq and Authmani Dewani script

Painted as part of ‘Lemala’ – a nationwide project that supports public art all over the country, curated and produced by @ghostown_crew for the @paisculture Council for the Culture and Arts

‘BFC x Souf Ceramics’

They’re here! Our latest collab is with the super talented emerging ceramicist @souf_ceramics, specializing in tableware and decorative pieces. The vase comes in three exclusive new designs by Tant,  Deso and Unga and each design is limited to an edition of 15. each vase is cast in white stoneware, and is screen printed and hand-finished by the artists. 

17.5cm high, Available exclusively through Fingaz Studio

Get it HERE

Ukranian refugee fundraiser


״The Bird”

This new screenprint is based on our recent mural in Belgium. All proceeds from the sale will go to refugees from the Russian war on Ukraine.

There are only 120 copies, signed and numbered. 75 euros each and we will ship them for free worldwide. ✌🏽


***Update*** Sold Out. thanks to anyone who supported

Y/Our Story

‘Y/Our Story’, Cape Town, February 2022

We were invited to paint a mural as part of the annual @ipaf_festival_sa in Cape Town. It was an opportunity for us to research the history and present of this complex city, especially since comparisons are often made between the Israeli occupation and apartheid in South Africa. While it would be an oversimplification to compare the two situations, both stem from a deeply entrenched system of injustice. We wanted to explore the power of political narratives and the way they’re reinforced by governments, and the moments throughout history when the public, through actions like protest, forced cracks in this dominant story, ultimately cause it to crumble. The mural is based on archival images from both South Africa and Israel.

Big thanks to @gumaranks@therealpakal