Ali Kamran has been involved in designed industry as a graphic designer and art director since 1997. His posters for the theatrical shows brought local and international recognitions for him. From 2006 Ali Kamran continued his art journey in Canada and numerous Canadian festivals, Music albums and theatre posters flourished by his style.
Shiva has a BA in painting from Tehran University (1966) and a Masters in communication design, from Pratt Institute, New York (1980). Over several decades he has created a form of graphic design with a Persian flavour, which has attracted museums and collectors across the world. He set up Iranian TV’s graphics department (1968) and the Soroush Press design department (1971), and is co-founder of the Iranian Graphic Designers Society (IGDS). He has been teaching and lecturing in eminent art and design faculties in Tehran since 1976, and is an artistic adviser and jury member for several Iranian graphic design biennials.
Leila was born in 1976 in Tehran, Iran. She has received her B.A in Graphic Design from Tehran College of Fine Art, Art University in 2001 and she is a member of IGDS (Iranian Graphic Designers Society). Having trained in specific graphic workshops in Reza Abedini’s studio, she has launched her career independently and has established a graphic design studio in 2003.
Maryam was born in 1978 in Tehran, Iran. She has received her B.A in Graphic design from Tehran College of Fine Art, Azad University in 2003 and she is a member of IGDS (Iranian Graphic Designers Society). While she was studying, she has commenced her professional life in 2002 in Reza Abedini’s Studio. Having a keen interest in graphic design, typography and illustration, she has established a graphic design studio with the collaboration of Leila Miri in 2006.