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This catalog contains a selected collection of Mousavi Jazayeri's works from 1993 until 2015. It includes a rich gallery of his manuscript and ceramic calligraphy works, his calligraphic art paintings, and his numerous logotype designs. Seyed Mohammad Vahid Mousavi Jazayeri is an established Iranian calligrapher, researcher, graphic designer and expert in early Arabic Kufic script. He has introduced groundbreaking achievements since his rediscovery of the lost art for cutting the qalam (pen) for early Kufic, twenty years ago. Born in 1969, Vahid holds a Bachelor of Art in Graphics. He has published extensively and held numerous workshops on reviving the early Quranic Kufic calligraphic style. Vahid started his career studying the Thulth and Naskh scripts in 1982 and after nearly ten years of training he began teaching in Tehran art schools from 1991. Within a year, he was producing significant work in two additional fields: historical calligraphy research in a range of media (ceramics, coins, plaster and stone, as well as manuscripts) and contemporary type design.
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About the Author
S.M.V. Mousavi Jazayeri, a known Iranian calligrapher, researcher, graphic designer, and expert of early Arabic Kufic script, was born in 1969 and holds a Bachelor of Art in Graphics. He has published extensively, including several known books, and held numerous workshops on reviving the early Kufic calligraphy style. For his accomplishments over the past two decades, he was awarded the "Excellence in Art Certificate" by the ministry of culture of Iran, an equivalent of an honorary PhD degree. His experience includes writing and interpreting calligraphic works, particularly of the ancient and traditional styles of calligraphy, as well as modern Typography. Throughout his career, his research has made him able to analyze and provide applicable review critiques on the different styles of calligraphy, with a contemporary prospective.