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Noor Aghar — Beirut, Lebanon

When it comes to making her self-promotion project, Noor Aghar took typography and colourful pixels as a pattern approach. Noor thinks creating patterns is like creating a puzzle, like building Lego or playing Tetris. The rhythm of every pattern depends on how it is going to be used and delivered. It also depends on whether it’s going to be for a print design or digital.

A good pattern should not be monotone but eye-engaging, so that by adding elements to each motif it makes it look like it is from the same family but with different characteristics. What makes a pattern interesting is being dynamic. Therefore, taking a pattern-making approach would be her of way showing off her graphic skills and makes a perfect display for self-promotion.

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