The young sculptor Ibrahim Salah executed an impressive work of art in the form of a giant “King Kong gorilla” in the tourist city of Dahab, and the work was entirely from the remnants of car tires, pointing out that he assembled it from 250 car tires.
Salah published pictures of him next to his artwork on the top of one of the mountains of Dahab, through his account on the “Facebook” website, stressing that he completed it within 25 days, bringing the work weight to about 1.5 tons of iron and rubber, and its height is 7 meters.
Ibrahim Salah commented on the photos, saying: “My work is all waste.. Praise be to God, the first car tire in the Arab world, 7 meters high, in Wadi Al Tawilat, the city of Dahab. I hope you like it. I am very tired in it.”
As soon as Ibrahim posted the photos on one of the famous travel groups on Facebook, he received great admiration from the site’s pioneers, and one of them said: “God willing, a masterpiece. I wish all Egyptian artists would beautify our country in this way. May God bless you and grant you success.” Another said: “Masha’ God is an honorable and beautiful need, and may God be with you, with success and success, and forward and to everything new.”