For the first Poster Monday of June we featuring the poster “Pacso” designed by Neda Abbasali Zadeh from Mashhad, Iran. She was born in 1986 in Isfahan and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in science and art from Yazd University. Is member of “International Association of China-Europe Design Culture” (CEIDA), the Association and Jury of the International Network of Visual Creators “Red” (RINC), Mexico, Pakistan. Art and Design Committee (PADO); Neda have participated in many domestic and foreign poster festivals (Iran-America-Italy-Mexico-Budapest-China-South Korea-Switzerland-Turkey-Azerbaijan-Poland-Malaysia-Poland) and my works have been selected in many of them; as a graphic designer and art director in 1392 Neda established his own advertising company called Soner Graphic and his main activity is graphic design and cooperation of “technical consulting” with advertising companies.
The bird in the poster is traditionally considered the national symbol of Canada. The appearance of these symbols is due to the geographical location, natural and historical features of the country. Red and white are the main colors of the flag of Canada. “I have been interested in graphics since high school because of my great interest in art. My desire to design stems from my dependence on order and geometry in nature” tell us Neda.
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