Geometric artist Alexander Khabbazi creates bold, textured, typographic prints inspired by his background in architecture. His highly graphic and angular works, influenced by the typology of hazard symbols and street signs, have political resonances.
London-based Alexander departed his previous career as an architectural designer and now dedicates himself to exploring the relationship between line, colour, and typography in art. His geometric experiments combine digital and physical techniques. The resulting creations are assertive, thanks to their gripping visuals and probing messages, and yet remain unrestrained and exploratory.
Alexander has made waves in the art and design community with features in publications such as The Sunday Times, Monocle Magazine, Livingetc, and AIGA Eye on Design.
Discover more in our interview with Alexander.
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