"These are images of Afghan Refugees photographed in Patras, Greece trying to get aboard the ferry boats to mainland Europe. Afghanistan has the world's largest refugee population and I wanted to 'return' these refugees to their homeland in some way. I made traditional black and white prints in the darkroom and travelled to Kabul where the prints were hand-tinted in oil paints by Afghan studio photographer Assad Ullah. Posters were printed and installed at a busy Bazaar junction in the Old City Kabul. The left block reads 'Europe ⬆ ', right block reads 'Afghanistan ⬇' in Dari (Afghan Persian). Enjoy!"