As controversial as the name sounds, (Jihad: Arabic for struggle) the logo caused more of a stir with the organizers than the name they’ve picked. Eventually I’ve managed to convince with the meaning of the logo (which I’ll leave to your own interpretation).
The work done was for Muslim student artists to give them an opportunity to start out and help to convince the minority communities the importance of art and culture. The exhibition roadshow started out in London and went through Glasgow, Liverpool and ended in Cardiff.
The program was kicked off by a few speakers who included Sarah Joseph Editor & CEO of emel media.
Apart from the design and art direction I also assisted in the Judging for the competition prior to the exhibition.