Sara Zaher and graphic design as a means of denunciation

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13 February 2019

Trump, the world of social networks, religion, seems that nothing can be saved from Sara Zaher's graphic design works, which denounce reality.

The task of the artists has always been to give back to the public their point of view on the world, their thoughts on the society in which they live and on everything that happens to them. Over time, art forms have changed, but not their substance, as demonstrated by Sara Zaher‘s graphic design works. 

Sara was born in 1990 in Cairo and has lived in different parts and cities of the world, from London to Manchester, from New York to Sydney. All this travelling and coming into contact with different cultures, political forms and problems has deeply conditioned her work. 

Her scratched design works represent, in fact, all the negative aspects of the reality we live in, from wars, to power games, to the world of social networks, obviously without excluding religion, drugs and Trump. 

As well as being beautiful and colourful works, they also make us reflect on the world around us, on what happens outside the cocoon in which we live.

Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al
Sara Zaher | Collater.al

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