(1988) is an artist who lives and works in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. His work expresses a fascination for the way people communicate with each other. Communication through language, symbols and (social) media is one of the main sources of inspiration for his work. His work is recognizable through high contrast, often black and white, and the use of distorted typography. Because of this, a certain level of visual overkill is brought to the viewer. In this overkill he finds a metaphor for the amount of information we have to process on a daily basis. Saïd often works from collage, after which his work is translated to paintings, murals and since a short while in three dimensions in the form of wood assemblages. Check it out in issue 16!