Omar Gilani - Leo’s Workshop
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Omar Gilani

Omar Gilani

Omar Gilani is a concept artist, illustrator, and art director, originally from Peshawar, Pakistan. He was trained as an Engineer, with an MSc in Mechanical Design and an MPhil in Robotics, but transitioned into a career more aligned with his interests in the arts. He has worked as a visual designer and art consultant in a variety of fields, including corporate design, mobile games & apps, animated TV series, and product marketing campaigns, with clients like Disney, Dreamworks, British Council, Save the Children, and the United Nations, among others. He is also a new media fine artist, exploring art and design across emerging media like virtual reality, augmented reality, and projection mapping. He uses art to explore themes of identity, culture, and futurism, particularly pertaining to South Asian culture and heritage.

To further explore what he does, visit http://www.omargilani.com/.

Omar Gilani

Artist

Leo’s Workshop
2019-01-06T12:35:19+00:00

Omar Gilani

Artist

Omar Gilani is a concept artist, illustrator, and art director, originally from Peshawar, Pakistan. He was trained as an Engineer, with an MSc in Mechanical Design and an MPhil in Robotics, but transitioned into a career more aligned with his interests in the arts. He has worked as a visual designer and art consultant in a variety of fields, including corporate design, mobile games & apps, animated TV series, and product marketing campaigns, with clients like Disney, Dreamworks, British Council, Save the Children, and the United Nations, among others. He is also a new media fine artist, exploring art and design across emerging media like virtual reality, augmented reality, and projection mapping. He uses art to explore themes of identity, culture, and futurism, particularly pertaining to South Asian culture and heritage. To further explore what he does, visit http://www.omargilani.com/.