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Books

Trees for you, birds for me

In 2016, I was invited to do a series of illustrations for poems. That collection belonged to Mahdie Nazari and published by the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Iran. To do that I mixed traditional and digital techniques.

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Artworks

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Artworks

Illustration for the municipality of Tehran with the theme of Women and City.

Design labels for Creative Collective, Canada

Illustrate for Iranian movie festival in Italy. A.D Gianluca Castelini

Illustration for a travelogue for Khorasan, Iran. A.D Peyman Zandi

Mural painting for The Baharestan project in Tehran, Iran

Illustration for a group illustration show with the theme of Friendship.

Illustration for billboards to introduce poems in Mashhad, Iran.

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Editorial

Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass…

In 2016, I was asked by the editor in chief of Womankind magazine to do an illustration based on a poet by Vivian Greene { Life isn’t about waiting for the poem to pass… It’s about learning to dance in the rain.}

To do this, I draw based on a photo of myself and imagined myself while faced difficulties and tried to pass them. In this project, I mixed traditional and digital techniques.

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Curated Projects

Brightness

I curated a group show at Shafagh Gallery in Tehran. It was held in regarding of the International Children’s Day. I invited 20 Iranian illustrators to do an illustration based on Sohrab Sepehri’s poems ( He was one of the best Iranian poets). This exhibition held in the international children’s day.

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Curated Projects

Sometimes with myself

This exhibition included illustrations, digital paintings and prints which were rejected by some art-directors while admitted by others.

This international group show was held at Farzad gallery in Mashhad, Iran, in 2016. 30 artists from Italy, Spain, Germany, The UK and Iran participated in this event. It was curated by Narjes Mohammadi. 

 

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Curated Projects

Man Baharam Cemen Cemen

In 2014, I run a group illustration show in Baku, Azerbaijan.

There is a festival in Icheri Shehr, Baku in regarding of Nowruz. ٍEvery year curators and artists in different fields are invited to present handicrafts and artworks on the theme of Nowruz.

In 2014, I was invited by the embassy of Iran in Azerbaijan to curate a group illustration show. In this collection, I tried to collect a wide range of artworks in different styles and subjects related to Nowruz. 

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Personal Projects

Living Objects

I believe we are partly described by things around us. There are many vases in the world, but we select one which links to our memories, emotions and sometimes views to the world. Objects are alive and breathe. They can talk about us. They are connected with our past, present and future.

In this collection, I want to show some of my important objects at my home. They are simple but so important for me. They are part of me.

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Editorial

Pan de Molde fanzine

Illustration for an Italian magazine named Pan de Molde fanzine. I was invited by to do a frame by the theme of {Childhood}. This illustration comes from my memories when I spent long hours outside of the home to play and discover new things. I imagined myself as an adventure who searches in garden to find a treasure. 

In this frame I mixed traditional and digital techniques. It was published in 2015.

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Editorial

Por qué la igualdad debería ser una prioridad de negocio

An illustration for a Spanish magazine named Fleet People. I was asked by the art director Idoia Campo to do an illustration about the quality of men and women at work. Iria Marañón was the author of this article.

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Editorial

Naive magazine

I was asked by the editor of chief of Naive magazine, Cara Cano to do an illustration to be matched with the DNA of the magazine ( as a symbol of the magazine). So I did it based on the identity of the magazine.
Technique: Digital painting