This is called a “contemporary Tughra”. Normally this sign arranges through particular information regarding its honor and need. but in this case, I produced it under the aesthetic of labor which is serve throughout the process in order to produce it. Just like an Indian idolatry sculpture. Where a craftsman sacrifices all his labor of love just to produce a standard of visual beauty where can people inspire and relate themselves. In this work I tried to present my all energies to establish an idea of Tughra which can set as a sign or an idea of beauty for its viewer with the help of basic Arabic alphabets in repetitive manner.
Shiblee Muneer was born in Jhang the capital of the state of Punjab Pakistan in a family of artists, in which miniature painting has been practiced for centuries.
Muneer also academic degrees from the Naqsh School of Arts and Beaconhouse National University. In addi tion to being a practicing artist. Muneer lectures at the Institute of Visual Arts & Design of the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU), curated exhibitions and pursues Ms leading to Ph.Din studio practice at the University of Punjab. Finally, Muneer trains children in miniature painting so that they carry on the family tradition into the future.
Muneer considers himself a guardian of miniature painting tradition, but he also finds Inspiration in post mod ernism philosophy and new techniques: computer graphics, digitally manipulated images, hyper realistic painting and collage. His experiments with enriching strict canons of miniature painting with contemporary techniques to convey 21-century messages are so brilliant that they gained him a place on the list of-Asia’s 10 Most Inspiring Visual Artists according to the Top 10 of Asta magazine in 2014.