Artworks ⭐ 

Nabeel A. ✦

Visual Artist
Adobe Photoshop

Welcome to a selection of my artworks and their details! On this page, you will find a collection of my original pieces, each crafted with a unique perspective and vision.


Exhibition Art for LDF- Post Reality ⭐ 

We are living in a global era of digital AVATARS, where people/ things are changing their Avatars rapidly and the boundaries of reality is sinking in the ocean of perception. A few decades back the definition of reality was so well defined that it was hard to question its authenticity. Tech evolution attracted people by creating their digital identities and allowing them to choose and change their own persona with their desired attributes. We can change our environment, attire, and even our features any minute with a few clicks. I believe soon we would be able to choose and change not only our own skin for ourselves but for others too. In my recent work, I have pictured the upcoming reality in my local surroundings.

Note: This artwork is an imaginary depiction of life at the David courtyard, a part of the prestigious institute of National College of Arts (NCA), Lahore. A place busy producing the memoirs of the future for over a century.


Band Baji 06 Sep 2020

“The ‘video’ is a single moving animated frame (by Nabeel A. Sheikh) showing Rahab standing on the balcony, a gentle breeze moving through her hair, a frazzled cat next to her, and a ‘Keep Calm and have a cha di payali’ sign in the background as she enjoys a cup of tea — one of those sweet, simple, pleasures in life.”

  • ⭐ — Published in Dawn, ICON, September 6th, 2020

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WAAHI, Cover Illustration


“A Pakistani wheat farmer shatters stereotypes with her courage and resilience.— Arsalan won First prize in the and Deutsche Welle video story contest. #ItHappensOnlyinPakistan.

  • ⭐ Cover Illustration
    • ⭐ — Published in Dawn, ICON, June 9, 2018

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Title: "Society's Chameleons"

Description: This portrait is a commentary on the impact of societal norms and expectations on the individual. The painting depicts a young girl surrounded by three chameleons, symbolizing the pressure to conform and adapt to fit in with our social groups. As the girl supports one of the chameleons with her hand, she makes eye contact with the viewer, inviting us to reflect on how we might also be conforming to societal expectations. The painting raises questions about the cost of losing our individuality and the desire to live a fulfilling life.

  • ⭐ Medium-Oils on canvas

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