Muid Latif

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Muid Latif
Muid Latif, CC Malaysia, at the Creative Commons Global Summit 2015 (22214633446).jpg
Abdul Muid Abdul Latif

(1979-02-24)24 February 1979
Died11 April 2020(2020-04-11) (aged 41)
Occupationdigital artist, web designer, design activist, graphic designer, poet

Muid Latif (24 February 1979 – 11 April 2020) was a Malaysian-based web designer, graphic designer and digital artist.[1] He was known for promoting the cultural elements of the Southeast Asia from Batik and Songket into his commercial works and artworks.

Muid was the Project Lead for Creative Commons Malaysia who actively promote Free culture movement and open collaboration.[2][3] Muid was one of the official Behance Ambassadors representing Malaysia and the author of 'Mekarnya Cinta Kata-kata dan Puisi' e-book.

Latif died on 11 April 2020, aged 41.[4]

References[change | change source]

  1. Oriental Series By Muid Latif
  2. CC Malaysia, where are we now? A mixtape, open data and more by Jessica. Published on March 2, 2015
  3. The top of the commons 2016: Favorites from our community of commoners by Jennie Rose Halperin
  4. In Memory of Muid Latif