My illustrations are combination of modern fashion style with a traditional floral pattern. I have been inspired by traditional Persian flowers and birds pattern (گُل و مرغ) which dates back to the late Zand or early Qajar period (twelfth century AH / eighteenth CE or thirteenth century AH / nineteenth CE). This pattern is the symbol of love and creation. I believe the dynamism and the character of the Persian pattern with flowers and bird, combined with the modern fashion and outfit design can make a beautiful unique balance in the fashion industry. I have also been fascinated by the combination of warm colors in these patterns which bring out the liveliness of the outfit texture. Growing up with beautiful Persian patterns, I have always been so passionate about colors and organic natural shapes since my childhood and always have admired my country's (Iran) history of art and design.
These illustrations are made by overlaying and combining the flower and birds pattern using photoshop with selective fashion stuck images bought online. I have reproduced the images manipulating their textures in adobe photoshop. I have also been keen in presenting models in the images by trying to unite them with the patterns and the textile they are wearing. The "no face" theme was also inspired by universal equality in defining "beauty" and "womanhood".