For the first Poster Monday spot of the month we have a poster from Seyyed Mehdi Mousavi from Iran for his poster to commemorate earthquake victims in Iran. Seyyed was born in 1985 in Givi county of Ardabil province in Iran. Since 2007 he has been working professionally in the field of graphic design, especially poster design. His artworks and poster designs have been displayed in various design exhibitions all around the world including: France, Switzerland, Austria, Bolivia, Italy, Ukraine, Germany, Russia, South-Korea, Finland, Mexico, Bulgaria, Belgium, Peru, China, United States, Turkey, Slovakia, Liechtenstein and Spain. He has also earned awards in many international poster design competitions.
On November 12th, 2018, a terrible earthquake occurred in the city of Kermanshah, Iran, which killed many people. This event inspired Seyyed to create a poster about the tragedy. “I created this poster in the year 2011 for the Kermanshah Graphic Designers Association in IRAN to introduce Kermanshah, a beautiful city of IRAN. My idea for this poster was to use brass bread (NAN BERENJI) as one of the most popular souvenirs in Kermanshah. Now Kermanshah is saddened by the loss of its flowers with an earthquake on 12 november 2017” says Seyyed. The poster is dedicated to all the dead people of the Kermanshah and all people dead from earthquakes around the world.
If you want see more projects from Seyyed Mehdi Mousavi visit his personal website.
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