This Poster Monday spot of the day belongs to Emran Abtahi, a graphic designer born 1987 in Iran, began his studies in graphic design in Gorgan and graduated from Vocational University No.2 Sari. He works in the field of poster design, logo design, typography and layout. In 2017, designed the logo of the World Women’s Chess Championship in Tehran. In 2020, won first place at the Russian Strelka Biennale. Currently, an art director and graphic designer in Iran Art Gallery in Gorgan.
“The Chernobyl disaster is one of the nuclear crises that is classified in the highest scale of major release of radioactive materials with extensive health and environmental effects that require immediate planned actions. Although years have passed since this incident, traces of radioactive substances and genetic mutations are still observed in people. Among these, we can mention the deformity of babies in the last two decades, including being born without arms and legs. The idea of the poster refers to showing the same destructive effects on children” tell us Emran.