The Design & Art Juice

I always considered myself a creative, I enjoy drawing, painting and doing handcrafts. And when I discovered graphic design it looked like the field in which I could take my creativity and apply it to a new set of tools and present it in a different way.

Draw & Design


I was always eager to combine what I learnt during the year of studying graphic design with my drawing skills so I can make the drawings I make able to fit into posters, packaging design, brochures and a variety of other media, printed or displayed on a screen.

Posts About Food

I had a chance to work on couple of social media posts that are related to restaurants and food delivery apps as well.

Arts & Crafts & Typography


Design does not have to follow a single method, and experimenting with different materials, and following a multi-steps process before creating the final project. The poster above, for example, was started by using old used sheets of paper, cutting and painting the pieces to build a small set of a tiger in a forest, then taking photographs of the set and merging the photo with background and text to convey the message of the importance of recycling. 

Make The Gift


Let’s say that I’m the one in charge of the card-making in any celebration with my friends. These cards are great gifts on their own! 

Letterhead Background

Back of Business Card 

An Identity Contains Shapes, Colors, and Images


In creating brand identities for clients, I love combining many elements that can be connected to each other to form unity between them. I try to make multiple backgrounds, use a variation of colors, …etc., but in the end, when you look at each part you find the connection between each element with the other.

One of my favorite projects is creating the theme for my friend’s delivery reception. I tried to design something different from the trends we see everywhere by building the design around the deer and the nature.

The design was turned into stickers, water bottle labels and chocolate wrapping. And for giveaways I chose apricot jam and scented candles.

Draw Away


Drawing is what I express myself though. I love drawing faces and combining things that don’t belong together to create a picture. I never try to make my art realistic, because it’s the medium through which I let my thoughts go wild and imagine the unimaginable, while still making them feel normal to the eye on a first glance.

The natural does not have to be a specific representation

Piet Mondrian