Aerosol artist Mohammed Ali has a very unique graffiti style, his inspiration is Arabic script from the Holy Koran.
His work merges Western graffiti style with Islamic calligraphy in a unique fusion.
Ali uses the walls of Birmingham, his home town, as a public gallery to spread his message.
He recently produced a series of graffiti murals focussing on the Gaza crisis.
This Gaza mural in Alum Rock, Birmingham was removed by the city council in February for fear it would trigger racial violence.
Schools, universities and youth centres across the UK invite Ali to run workshops about his art.
Ali's work is not restricted to walls - this van was part of a convoy which took aid to Gaza.
Ali says he was first inspired by the New York graffiti-art movement. This is one of the murals he has produced in the US city.
Ali was recently honoured in a ceremony recognising "unsung heroes" of the Muslim community in Britain.
Ali says that graffiti and islamic calligraphy "have something really quite exciting about how they come together."