Ink is the tool of my trade, and the importance of intricacy and detail is the basis of my creations.
I take inspiration from many things, but in particular I look to nature and the world around me. I draw a lot of inspiration form my Bangladeshi and Islamic heritage, looking at the patterns, shapes, colours and even architecture, that I see in the culture as a whole. I infuse the ideas and concepts I have from my world and background, with newer elements that I become acquainted with as I grow.
I create in a way that I can attribute my artworks, to moments and experiences in life. I want my art to be functional, not just on walls, but on everyday objects and things that appear in people's lives, drink bottles, tables, skateboards, doors, just to to name a few, all to add a bit of something extra to make even the most fleeting experience or encounter more enjoyable .
My art is a very personal experience for me, and sharing it makes me feel as though I am sharing a part of myself with the world.
All I need is a few elements to form the basis of my work, and from there on I can run with it.