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A page from ‘Look What I Did with a Leaf’
A page from ‘Look What I Did with a Leaf’

Sohi to Speak on Visual Literacy

Sohi to Speak on Visual Literacy

Illustrator and author Morteza Sohi is conducting a meeting today in Tehran on the subject ‘Visual Perception and Aesthetic Structure in Book Illustration.’
The author of the nature-craft book ‘Look What I Did with a Leaf’ will share with participants his experience with aesthetics and visual literacy in book illustration, Roozrang online magazine of visual art (roozrang.com ) reported.
Sohi, 65, is an associate member of Iranian Illustrators Society. The meeting, organized under the auspices of the society and in cooperation with Iranian Artists Forum, will start at 5 pm at the IAF’s Amirkhani auditorium.
‘Look What I Did with a Leaf’ is an inspiring book for art and craft lovers published worldwide. It shows how to use nature’s bounty to create fanciful animals and natural crafts. It received the first prize at the 1985 Bologna Book Fair, Italy.

 

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