I am an artist in a wide range of fields including the field of visual art, my dream has always been to become an ‘architect’, which in a sense has come true through my—comprehensive, mixed media, digital artworks, innovative stylistic expression—Enigmatic Interior series that contains one hundred and fourteen great achievements of mine on the subject of ‘interior architecture’.
My focus throughout my Enigmatior designs is on uniting—non-beauty with beauty, masculinity with femininity, heart with mind—bringing worlds together, bringing people of various backgrounds together—I am a humanitarian, whose designs are always focused on the human condition; generally, my approach is architectural if often abstract, yet, however abstract my designs may be, they are always based, focused on the human figure, hence my ‘asymmetric’ approach to my designs, like the form of a human indeed.
However abstract, dramatic and asymmetric my designs may be — being conform to the basic geometric shapes is nonetheless the one thing they all share; contemplating and articulating on ‘SHAPES’ is the main thing I specialize in—this is why I am very drawn to architecture at large and to designing typefaces, to the point of coming into prominence as an official ‘type designer’; that is ‘design’ as a process—a typeface that takes about an hour or two to impart, may take a year, two or so to ‘engineer’—to construct a perfectly balanced and well crafted, decisive and effective typeface to perfection.
I’ll complete this segment here on the following note: My task as an artist is to ‘smooth things out and bring harmony and peace’. What inspires me most is ‘[Classical] music!’ And because I am deeply devoted to music composition, therefore, I employ musical structures in my visual art—expressing music by means of visual art. Especially the art and process of type design has a lot in common with that of music composition, that for example, fonts of my Phone Pro project bear musical names.