5. Mahnoor Butt

In my work, dialogue is always involved, so I use graphic design to give invisible conversations a more tangible (visual) form. Interested in cultivating a dialogue about lost arts, places, people, and meaningful norms in the present time, I explore themes of interest with the aim to celebrate stories and conversations that have been ignored. The work I do reflects playful characteristics, influenced by my interest in play and fun. I’m interested in using the universal language of color. It’s a visual language that brings playful simplicity to an audience both young and old, while maintaining a meaningful complexity. Futher, I choose to use graphic design as a way to explore speculative design, deconstructing complex content into simplistic, playful forms while answering the question of what it means to individually design for social good.