Talking about my artwork, I would say that my pieces are the result of intense experimentation combined with playfulness, though they always aim to produce a serious impact. In other words, even though I present works produced using digital tools such as drawing and design programs, I try to derive my sources from art in the classical sense of the term and from traditional forms of painting. My experimentation is an attempt to explore new relationships with multiple art forms as well as a direct relationship with Arabic poetry and calligraphy. In my artistic work I always aim to benefit from the contaminations between all these elements and I try to channel their evolution through the learning of new and more advanced techniques. Some of my works embody a specific and direct discourse, and include feelings such as rejection, constant fear, anxiety and anger about the reality in which I live. However, mine is an attempt to reverse their psychological load by using symbolism to distance myself from immediacy and a certain sense of fulfillment, and I believe in fact that this strategy of mine could distinguish my digital artwork from the rest of the other artists. In addition to the psychological motivation, there is an aesthetic incentive that comes from my strong relationship with poetry, and it is clear that my artistic work revolves around its field. It is not difficult to notice this approach and any user is able to understand it, also perceiving the use of Arab heritage and Iraqi folklore in the creation of my style.