Design

Muid Latif (24.2.1979 – 11.4.2020)

11 April 2020, Saturday, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The world lost a colourful individual.

The nation lost a leading light.

The design community lost a fierce inspirational man.

Many lost a friend.

Muid Latif, was a Malaysian digital artist known for promoting cultural elements into his commercial and personal design work. Muid was the Project Lead for Creative Commons Malaysia. He actively promoted Free Cultural Movement and Open Collaboration. He was also the official Behance Ambassador representing Malaysia. Muid started the Digital Malaya project in 2012 and has been a great advocate for both the creative and design scene in Malaysia.

Always dapper, always original, always brave and inspiring.

Those who want to know more about Muid or learn who he was … you really just need to Google his name and you’ll find a plethora of information. However, Muid is also best represented via his website and social platforms.

http://www.muidlatif.com/
https://www.behance.net/muidlatif
https://www.facebook.com/muidlatif

Use this resource. Learn from it. Critique it even if you must. Muid would have wanted everyone to be brave enough to do so. We invite readers to send in their contributions regarding Muid. Just drop your comments bellow.

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Viv Adram, a creative designer, jazz vocalist, and voice over talent, has been in the design industry for 20+ years and runs her design practice A Vivid World. She also currently manages The Godown Arts Centre in Kuala Lumpur.
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Vinod is an author, designer, photographer, and Sr. Lecturer at The Design School Taylor’s University. He has observed Muid’s rise since the hey days of the Digital Malaya Project.
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Dr. Yip Jinchi is a Sr. Lecturer who facilitates design research and dissertation modules at The Design School, Taylor’s University.
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Shamsul Hamimi is a lecturer at The Design School, Taylor’s University. Just like Muid, Shamsul is a an alumni of UiTM.
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Sherry Blankenship, Wrega Board Member (2018-2020); former Associate Professor, Taylor’s University; and Editor-at-Large for Kreatif Beats.

 

4 comments

  1. This is very sad news. Muid and I shared a hotel room together during the 2015 Creative Commons summit in South Korea. As many have already said, he was a ray of sunlight. Colorful, outspoken, passionate and heartwarming. He will be missed.

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