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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Designer Spotlight: Reza Abedini

Reza Abedini is an AGI member & award-winning designer/educator living and working in Iran. He’s well known for his visually stunning posters which rely heavily upon modern Persian typography in combination with strong, iconic graphics.

Here’s an excerpt from an interview by Laurence Madrelle via AGI:

“Persian culture is so poetic and has so many different aspects. I have chosen to work in the cultural fields of graphic design and I hope I will be able to make a unique Persian visual dialect, a dialect that may bring back the original Persian poetic sense.”

To read the entire interview click here.

Selected Posters:

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 5:58 am  


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