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Muiz Anwar
December 8, 2009, 2:33 am
Filed under: art, design, typography | Tags: , , ,

I like the way he reduces arabic characters down to their most base forms. It is so hard to do it while still it is readable, and people say they can easily read the characters. Muiz Anwar is also a graphic designer whose works are really cool.

Who is Muiz Anwar?

“Grew up in the industrial city of Manchester but blessed to have traveled the world at an early age. My first love was illustration – as a child I always had a pen in one hand, paper in the other. Through school I was introduced to fine art painting and sculpture. That coupled with my illustrative skills led to me become a protege product design, being runner up in the regional final of Young Audi Designer of the Year in 2005. Upon completing a Foundation Course, I was then introduced to a world of graphic work alongside fashion and photography.

All these creatives out puts have gifted me with an enriched visual style, which encapsulates many ideas and concepts, considers many media – but ultimately remains as minimal and true to the message it is intended to communicate as possible. After all, whether you consider yourself an artist, designer or both, we have a role, however important, to communicate our messages as efficiently as possible.”

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Very true.
These characters look quite cool displayed like that

Comment by kseverny




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