Murat Süyür



Murat Süyür is an incredible graphic designer from Istanbul. His work is so varied- looking through is portfolio you’ll see his amazing conceptual designs along with still-life, advertisements and fashions shots.
His biography on his website says he only really uses the computer to edit the art he’s done and make any corrections. Pretty impressive hey- here’s his interview!

Who’s the brains behind the designs- tell me a little about yourself and what kinda stuff you

İ’ve just finished the university from Electrical engineering department , it took 7 years for me to finish, that was becouse of my advertising and design interest. Which was going to give me a chance to explain my self in photography.

When and how did you start out?
İt was like 4 years ago.. a friend of mine show me a magazine about photograpy. After that i got interested in concepts and stil life photo’s the first 2 year i was just an amateur. Then slowly it became professinal and now it’s the first thing in my life.

Did you find it hard to get your work “out there”?
İt was always hard… its not easy to set up all the things .. make everything allrgiht for shooting. I mean its really hard to figure out whats on your mind… productions things and also post production

What’s your inspiration behind the designs?
Everything. But mostly shapes , objects itself

What did you do before you began designing?
Absolutely nothing

Any advice for aspiring artists?
Make it different.

Any big plans in the near future?
Well.. lets wait and see

–Random questions–
What song have you been listening to most in the past few weeks?
For the last 2 months İm back to 90’s pop – house
Probably Michael Jackson ‘s Billie jean is most played one

What one materialistic thing can you not live without?
Cellular phone with internet connection

Here are three new designs he’s just created- it’s very clever playing with scenes where peoople feel isolated or sad. It’s one of the many conceptual art he’s done that I’m really loving. Sooooo, GO and check out his other work- it’s so interesting on what other concepts he plays around!


Futuristic tunnel

Empty airline checkout counter

Murat Süyür Official Site


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