In October 2019, Lebanon witnessed an uproar from deep within its urban cities to the outskirts of its farming land. The Lebanese people took to the street to ignite a revolution and demand the resignation of the current government.
Being Lebanese, these events inspired me to read through the constitution for the first time. But having never lived in Lebanon, I didn’t own a physical copy and most of what I found online was poorly formatted, so I decided to design my own version as a personal project.
Aiming for a strictly functional document and a sophisticated look, I attempted to use as little graphical elements as possible and refrained from using any color.