PAPER is partnering with MissMuslim, a lifestyle site dedicated to presenting the wide variety of lives and experiences of Muslim women, to feature essays from their writers. This week Yasmine Rukia writes about designer and illustrator Shehzil Malik.
Shehzil Malik -- feminist digital designer, Fulbright scholar, a member of the International Development Innovation Network (IDIN) -- is nothing short of incredible. The fearless Pakistani artist uses her unique platform to broker hard conversations about identity, women's issues, and social change vis-a-vis visual storytelling. Her work blends pop culture icons with old world consideration, and her graphics showcase vibrant colors and stark monochrome contrasts that allow her work to communicate critical thoughts under the guise of pop art, making her work instantly accessible. Read More via PaperMag.