AIGA (re)design awards winner
- Last night the Sheikh went all around the city,
lamp in hand, crying, “I am weary of beast and devil, I wish for a man.”-
This verse is part of a long poem by Rumi, the Persian Sufi poet of 13th century. As a name for this project the last part of this verse is picked and slightly modified, to show that as he was looking for an uberman in the dark, we soon will be wishing for animals.
In Farsi “I wish for an animal” rhymes with “I wish for a man”.
Master of Design Thesis at University of Washington
By Shaghayegh Ghassemian
Find out more at http://hourvatat.com/portfolio_page/i-wish-for-an-animal/