Bijan Jenab

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Bijan Jenab
بیژن جناب
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Bijan Jenab
Born (1952-01-02) January 2, 1952 (age 65)
Tehran, Iran
Nationality Iranian
Education

Faculty of Fine Arts in University of Tehran, 1977.

Iowa State University, 1982.
Known for Graphic Design

Bijan Jenab (Persian: بیژن جناب‎‎, born January 2, 1952 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian graphic designer and professor at the School of Fine Arts at Tehran University, Al Zahra University and at Islamic Free University Radio/Television. He is one of the founding members of Iranian Graphic Design Society and currently serves as a jury member.[1][2]

Education[edit]

Bijan is a graduate of Tehran University and holds a master's degree from Iowa State University on a full scholarship from Alavi Foundation.[1]

Jenab Design studio[edit]

The 'Bijan Jenab Design Studio', specialized in the conception, creation, and production of graphic design, is a pioneer in the field. Its objective is always the same: offering the opportunity to present a favorable image of any corporation, institution, organization or individual to intended audiences.The business world has never been as competitive as today, which means employing sophisticated design and creativity is the only way to help an organization live up to its potentials. Here at 'Bijan Jenab Design Studio' fine art is deploying to leverage the client's products and services to a more prestigious level. The studio produces artworks conformed to the specifications under the supervision of Bijan Jenab, a well-known artist with a sensitive and creative mastery of graphic art. Bijan Jenab has gathered a notable and acknowledged team in the studio under one main attitude: meeting the client's requirements and fortune. To create an artwork with the most effective impact for audiences, expert staff of studio utilizes the latest technology. and techniques. A perfect management completes this set and provides a piece of art in the highest standards in the world class for the clients. A full range design service – produced through various means and media – is offered to make graphics, tailored to client's interests. Applying special consideration in selection of art for corporations, organizations, private or execution offices, here is provided high quality performance conveying a desired message to the gathered audiences.

Awards and notable work[edit]

Jenab was awarded the Golden Plate from the Tehran International Poster Biennial and is the winner of Design and Production Management in the International Design and Production Exhibition in Tehran in 2000.[3] He has received letters of appreciation from UNICEF for poster design in 1991; for the logo design of the Iranian Society of Gynecologic Oncology in 2004; and from Iowa State University for the best senior project on the Tehran Film Festival in 1980.[3] He has been a regular art contributor at Iran Film Festival with his art.[4] Jenab has been the book designer for some of the famous and leading book publications from Iran including Tehran Past & Present,[5] Aydin Aghdashloo,[6] Contemporary Pottery of Iran,[7] The First Tehran International Contemporary Drawing Exhibition,[8] and From California To Abyaneh.[9]

Books[edit]

  1. Ahmad Vosough Ahmadi Selected Painting ISBN 964-5520-72-X Negar Books
  2. Isfahan pearl of Iran ISBN 964-306-397-6 Yassavoli Publications
  3. Hojjat Shakiba Selected Painting ISBN 978-600-5091-66-3 Negar Books
  4. Mahmoud Farshchian Selected Painting ISBN 978-600-5091-20-5 Negar Books
  5. Mohammad Reza Atashzad ISBN 964-5520-35-5 Negar Books
  6. Shirin Ettehadieh Selected Painting 1980-2007 ISBN 978-964-7729-74-1 Mahriz Publish
  7. Ali Akbar Sadeghi Selected Works1977-97 ISBN 964-91403-1-X Iranian- Art Publishing
  8. Parviz Tanavoli Sculptor Writer & Collector ISBN 964-91403-4-4 Iranian Art Publishing
  9. Abbas Kiarostami Photo Collection ISBN 964-91403-6-0 Iranian Art Publishing
  10. Four Views Images Of Iran ISBN 964-91403-7-9 Iranian Art Publishing
  11. Parvaneh Etemadi Selected Works 2960-98 ISBN 964-91403-2-8 Iranian Art Publishing
  12. Silver Cyprus 2013. Aban Book Publication. 2000. ISBN 9786006413761.
  13. Hamid Reza, Norouzi Talab. Tehran Past & Present (Az Tehran ta Tehran). Yassavoli; 2nd edition (2010). p. 203. ISBN 978-964-306-396-2.
  14. Aydin, Aghdashloo (2012). The Negaristan Collection. Iran: Negar Books. p. 26.ISBN 978-600-5091-36-6.
  15. Daii, Nader (2004). From California To Abyaneh. Yassavoli. p. 120.ISBN 9643062619.
  16. Iran of Iranian(2016). ISBN 978-600-04-5663-4 Photography book
  17. Cover Design Strategy Builder: How to make and communicate more effective strategies, 2015 ISBN 978-964-317-920-5 Rasa Books

Activity[edit]

  1. Jury member at Graphic Designers 3rd Biennial
  2. Jury member at Graphic Designers 4rd Biennial
  3. Graphic Designers 5rd Biennial
  4. Graphic Designers 7rd Biennial
  5. SilverCypress Exhibition 2013 Teaching at Tehran University (Faculty of Fine Arts)
  6. Al Zahra University (Art Faculty)
  7. Islamic Free University (Radio/Television Factulty
  8. Jury member at SARVE NOGHREI 3rd Biennial

Group Exhibition[edit]

  1. Garphic designers 2nd Biennial, 1989
  2. Artist’s exhibition to help the victims od earthquake in North of Iran, 1990
  3. Graphic Designers 3rd Biennial
  4. Graphic Designers 4rd Biennial
  5. Graphic Designers 5rd Biennial
  6. Graphic Designers 6rd Biennial
  7. Graphic Designers 7rd Biennial
  8. SARVE NOGHREI 3rd Biennial

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Bijan, Jenab. "Personal Profile". Archived from the original on 24 December 2013. Retrieved 10 February 2014. 
  2. ^ Silver Cyprus 2013. Aban Book Publication. 2000. ISBN 9786006413761. 
  3. ^ a b "Introduction To 3rd Generation Advertising". Vista Iran. Retrieved 10 February 2014. 
  4. ^ Fars News. "The unveiling of the statue, posters and press the Fajr Film Festival". Fars News. Retrieved 10 February 2014. 
  5. ^ Hamid Reza, Norouzi Talab. Tehran Past & Present (Az Tehran ta Tehran). Yassavoli; 2nd edition (2010). p. 203. ISBN 978-964-306-396-2. 
  6. ^ Aydin, Aghdashloo (2012). The Negaristan Collection. Iran: Negar Books. p. 26. ISBN 978-600-5091-36-6. 
  7. ^ Contemporary Pottery of Iran: A Selection of the Works Exhibited at the Third Exhibition of Contemporary Potters of Iran. Visual Art Assoc. 1994. p. 153. OCLC 164737907. 
  8. ^ The First Tehran International Contemporary Drawing Exhibition. Jehad of Art University. 6 January 1999. 
  9. ^ Daii, Nader (2004). From California To Abyaneh. Yassavoli. p. 120. ISBN 9643062619. 

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