A group of Iranian art students have taken part in a workshop on urban graphics which was held by Tehran Municipality’s Beautification Organization.
The one-day event was held at Arasbaran Cultural Center in eastern Tehran.
Veteran Iranian graphic designer Hamid Reza Beidaqi set up the workshop.
The workshop was aimed at collecting art works which can be installed in urban spaces across the Iranian capital.
It came as part of an urban project launched by Tehran Municipality’s Beautification Organization dubbed “Welcome Spring”, which is aimed at giving Tehran a facelift, ahead of the arrival of spring and the new Persian year.
The workshop covered three major themes including Spring, Nowruz and Fatemiyeh, (Mourning days to mark martyrdom of Prophet Mohammad’s (P.B.U.H.) daughter Hazrat Zahra (A.S.).