Payman Hamed was born in 1975 in the city of Tabriz, Iran. Being in a calligraphers family he had great passion to this form of art ever since he started reading and writing as early as age six. His father was his first calligraphy teacher who encouraged and guided him to study the principles of this beautiful art Read more.
Reza Pad was born in 1971 in Tehran, Iran. By the time he received his degree from University of Teharn in 1996, his artworks had already attracted many art lovers in his gallery representations. Renowned for his skill as a modern calligrapher he introduces a new category in Persian cultural art named RPC (Reinventing Persian Calligraphy). His art pieces truly influences viewers and take them beyond the visual beauty of art and connect them to Persian poetry, literature and life philosophy Read more.
Mehran Rouhani was born in 1957 in Iran. During high school he attended calligraphy classes at the Iranian Calligraphers Association and received his degree in Persian calligraphy in the year 1977. His teachers were Master Vasheghani for Nastaliq style and Master Mosha'shaee for cursive Nastaliq (Shekasteh) style. His strong interest is in cursive Nastaliq as a live vibrant script lending itself freely to make different compositions Read more.