Wael Morcos is a graphic designer originally from Beirut, where the city's social and political scene inspires and influences his work.
With a keen interest in Arabic typography Morcos uses language to investigate the formal qualities of words and their complex meanings. He is also interested in the moments where communication fails and uses its shortcomings to mine new ways to reach out and to tell stories.
Morcos specialises in developing identities, multilingual typographic solutions and working in print and exhibition design. He will be presenting some of his work during the Pecha Kucha presentation at Design Indaba Conference 2013.