A huge thanks to the WGD association for making this happen. It was a pleasure to work with you Niklaus.
I am extremely proud to announce that my poster ‘Tree Shadow’ has been selected for the 2018 edition of the best social poster competition in the world Poster For Tomorrow.
This year the topic was ‘A planet for tomorrow’ and 3654 posters were submitted from all around the world. Starting from last week the 100 selected posters began a world tour in Paris, France and will continue in various cities all around the world.
This is the 8th occasion that I have been selected for this prestigious international competition which I will cannot believe to be honest.
A huge thanks to all of the people who like, comment, share and support my work all around the world, I cannot express in words how much it means to me.
Finally I can publish a poster that I created a few months ago called ‘Tree Shadow’ that was selected for the 2018 edition of the Poster For Tomorrow “A Planet for tomorrow”.
On Thursday was the official opening of the exhibition in Paris, France and then the selected works will be exhibited in various cities around the world.
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At the start of May was the official opening of the Strelka International Design Biennale 2018. It was an honor that my poster ‘Book Head – Maxim Gorky’ was selected for this prestigious biennale in Russia.
Congratulations to the co-organisor Dmitry Rekin for creating such a great exhibition and event. спасибо
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On 27th April was the official opening of an International Invitational Poster Exhibition on the World Graphic Design Day 2018 in Iran. It was an honour to be invited alongside many iconic designers such as Milton Glaser (USA), Niklaus Troxler (Switzerland), Andrew Lewis (Canada), Finn Nygaard (Denmark), Michal Batory (France) and many more.
A huge thanks to Hossein Mohammadi Vahidi for the kind invitation.
The project gathered 105 designers from 30 different countries. The remarkable result of their collaborations were 69 posters, dedicated to the cultural heritage of their countries. The aim of WGD was once again successful: People with a different origin, language, culture or gender, were inspired and created without physical contact, taking advantage of the opportunity that is given to them by modern technology.