Born in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia and lives and works in New York.
Yusef Alahmad is a Saudi graphic designer and artist based in New York. Yusef completed his MFA degree in graphic design at the Academy of Art University in 2016, where his thesis explored ‘Elevating Graphic Design Standards in Saudi Arabia’. He is currently an independent designer, alternating between graphic design projects, editorial illustrations, and art commissions.
His work has been featured in Print Magazine (US), Baseline Magazine (US), Alef Magazine (Qatar), Oasis Magazine (Saudi Arabia), Design Magazine (Saudi Arabia), Khaleejesque Magazine (Kuwait), among others and exhibited in numerous shows around the world, including, P21 Gallery x Kalimat Magazine (London), SoulSpace (Oakland, California), Loud Art: Executing Culture Shock (Saudi Arabia), Khaleeji Reinterpreted (Kuwait), Local Not Local: The Arab American Museum/The Levantine Center (Michigan/Los Angeles).
Recently, he was invited to speak at the Typo SF International design conference, in addition to being a judge in the second annual Arabic Design competition in Saudi Arabia.
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