For this Poster Monday spot, we feature the work of Ameneh Moayedi, a graphic designer from Iran. She studied at the Faculty of Graphic Arts and University until Masters at the University of Art, in Iran, where she had her own graphic studio and after emigrating to France, she now works independently. Ameneh does painting, photography and research (on rugs and Persian prints).
“This was a student poster for Mr Peter Knapp conference In the Cambrai School Graphisme (November 18, 2014) Peter Knapp was born in 1931 in Switzerland. In 1952, he settled in Paris and started producing paintings. Robert Rauschenberg encouraged him to paint on a large format. I saw line, point and movement in his works. His photos are wonderful, something between graphics and photography. So, I used the line and the point and also his portrait between the area and the line. His works are full of passion and I wanted to express my point of view. And he finally told me that this is a combination of me and you and not just me…! I like the look and feel of the graphic artist in the poster and not just what we say about it. I was happy to meet him and to talk and learn from him” tell us Aménéh.
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