Yaseen Khan, is a visual artist currently based in Lahore, Pakistan. He completed his BFA from the National College of Arts, Lahore in 2019 where he was awarded a Distinction. From the very beginning, showcasing immense talent and an avid interest in art he was driven to pursue a career in it. Khan has showcased his artworks Nationally and Internationally. His work is the outcome of his experiences, travels, and relationships I have built over the years. Growing up in both Sindh and Khyber Pakhtun Khwah(KPK) and now living in Punjab I can absorb the vast cultural landscapes they have to have to offer. From a very young age, I worked as a mechanic and also decorated trucks with Chamak Patti (a medium used to decorate trucks in Pakistan). Through this medium, I was able to study aesthetics and cultural nuances between various regions and styles that a normal inhabitant may not be able to differentiate. I learned the skills from various Ustads over the years and converted the skill into an art practice. His abstract patterns, lines, colors, and imagery of objects breed from adoration and respect for manual work as an artist, mechanic, and craftsman. His practice triggers in me questions regarding various art forms that exist around us and helps me to use a very common and understandable language of expression to create art while being relevant and embedded in the traditions and history of Pakistan.