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Razib Hossain

Razib Hossain

Associate Creative Director / Brand Design

With more than a decade of advertising and design experience at some of the world’s most renowned ad agencies, Creative Shakhawat Hossain, who is also known as Razib, is the definition of a passionate artist.

Extremely driven with a strong background in strategy and brand building, this man is never satisfied with his work; no matter the awards and accolades that are attached to it, he knows what he creates will always have room for improvement. At Noble, we think the same.

We know that if we want to be a best-in-class agency with passionate, world-class clients, we have to go all in and show commitment to everything we do. Razib is nothing short of committed to the creative that drives business and impact for his clients, and if you can’t tell by his photo, restraining his wild creativity is a big job.

Originally from Dhaka, Bangladesh, Razib has an M.F.A. and B.F.A. from the University of Dhaka where he studied drawing and painting. His career began with an internship at TBWA Bangladesh, where he would become the country’s youngest art director. From here, he moved on to Ogilvy & Mather and led the charge for his art team while working for internationally recognized clients such as The Hard Rock, Caesars Entertainment, Visa, Toshiba, KFC, Mentos, Pizza Hut and many more.

Outside of work, you’ll find Razib focusing on three things: art, art, and ART (maybe a little sleep in between, as he loves to dream). He has been featured in numerous art exhibitions around the world, including the Asian Art Biennale in Bangladesh, Group Show at the KRINZINGER PROJEKTE in Vienna, Austria, and the Open-15 International Sculpture & Flag Show in Venice, Italy, where his work was alongside legendary artist, Yoko Ono. He has also shown multiple short films of his own creation selected for the Las Vegas Film Festival, the In-Short Film Festival in Nigeria and the Lift-off Global Network in London.

Needless to say, the creative team could not be more thrilled to hit the whiteboards with him.

“Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream.”

Malcolm Muggeridge