Born and raised in Beirut, Ibrahim Sultani is a self-taught Lebanese-American artist based in Los Angeles, California. He has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Lebanese American University.

Ibrahim has had an avid passion for drawing since the age of 4, and in recent years he rose to prominence due to his work on the Lebanese currency. Inspired by vintage bills, pop culture figures, and an Andy Warhol quote, he chose banknotes as his canvas on which he painted notable Lebanese figures in a symbolic approach to make the local currency valuable again. As a result, he gained local and regional acknowledgment by being featured in leading media outlets, newspapers, magazines, and TV channels. Local attention to his work lead him to participate in multiple exhibitions featuring renowned Middle Eastern artists in which he was the youngest participating artist.