Wajeeha Abbasi is a Toronto-based Visual Designer, Illustrator and Comms Specialist. Her work represents narratives from every day, builds visual bridges, and discusses themes around women, pop culture, and the philosophy of the Self and the Other.
Abbasi has won a Ladybird Books Publications award and has had her work featured on several platforms including Art Toronto, London Design Festival and Digital Arts. She has worked on projects for NASA, Coca-Cola and UN Women amongst others.
Abbasi completed her Masters from the University of the Arts London (UAL) in 2015, where she was the recipient of the Vice Chancellor's International Scholarship. She did her Bachelor's from Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in 2012. Abbasi has previously worked at Ogilvy and the British Council, and is currently working as a freelancer as well as as a full time employee at CareRx in Canada.
Abbasi is an avid indie music fan and a concert-goer, likes travelling, cycling, watching art documentaries, screen-printing and spoiling her cat.