Check out Sikh men in stylish photography. The Singh Project is a celebration of the turban and the beard, described as the ‘most powerful and obvious symbols of the identity of a Sikh man’.
The project is powered by two British photographers Amit and Naroop. The two British Sikh youth themselves do not don the turban, beard and the unshorn hair, as seen in a video presentation on their website. But they are spirited duo.
The project aims to – in their own words – capture the essence of modern Sikhism and to pay tribute to the beauty and variety of British Sikh men.
The website says they invited selected Sikhs to their studio for photo shots. They include businessmen, boxers, IT professionals, doctors, fashion stylists, temple volunteers and magicians.
The Singh Project will be exhibited from November 3rd – 15th at The Framers Gallery, London.