R E H A M
M O H A M E D

      artist  designer  maker



   :)


Sudanese designer and artist, born and raised in Doha, I learn, explore, experiment, and make things. I am always moving for new experiences and challenges to discover myself and improve my skills, to inspire and be inspired.
My work revolves around publication design, letterpress printing, interactive installations and creative coding.






    BFA:THESIS


    PORTFOLIO

// Print & Publication


      -  Experimental Prints
      -  Contemporary Letterpress in Arabic
      -  We Women Free No Matter What
      -  Inner Thoughts
      -  Don’t Care
      -  1001 Fantasy POP Nights
      -  DOH to RIC Postcards
      -  Two Color Handwriting
      -  Nationality Discrimination


// Designed Objects


      -  EN, EM, QUAD 
      -  Arabic Type Blocks
      -  Merged — Pixel Objects
      -  Parametric Patterns
      -  Bithra — Package Design
      -  Fashion merch


// UX, Code & Installations


      -  Luma — Sound Installation
      -  How To Play With a Square?
      -  Merged — Interactive Installation
      -  Sketchbookers — App Design



  
    EXHIBITIONS

      -  -162° Trading Power: W+K Gallery, Tokyo
      -  -162° Trading Power: FireStation, Doha
      -  Design Showcase: The Anderson, Richmond VA.
      -  Patterns of Change: vcuarts Qatar, Doha 
      -  In Transit: Tasmeem 2017, Doha
      -  Home: vcuarts Qatar, Doha 
     
    

  

Mark


WE WOMEN FREE NO MATTER WHAT – LETTERPRESS


Is the result of a loving collaboration among the Virginia Commonwealth University's gender, sexuality and women's studies students, vcuarts graphic design letterpress studio students, and the female residents of the Richmond city justice center.

Designed and printed by students of vcuarts Bowe House Press under the creative direction of Prof. Jamie B. Mahone, Heidi Reszies — Reham Ahmed, Reed Gibson, Faheem Khan, Jenny Lee, Liam Schenking, Zoe Simpkins, Joana Vazques Perez.


Letterpress // split fountain // pop up // laser cut
edition of 45
Richmond, VA





Mark