Iranian 70's TV Cinema Radio

Minimalist posters

by ramintork
The two art series that I am submitting relate to the culture of Iran during the 70s pre-revolution. The series "When Iran Went Pop!" was created back in early 2010, and the second series "Minimalist Posters for Iranian 70's TV Cinema Radio" I completed recently. Despite their appearance and titles the two series (that are closely related) are two conceptual works of Art disguised as a pop art and a minimalist series. I have used an Art school as a medium just as one might use tapestry or metal as mediums for conceptual work >>> more

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You Rock my VBro

by Monda on

I'm honored. 


Like it

by Sid Sarshar on

I like the colors, shapes and the MSG.  They also look good as a thumb nail collection!  My favorate is "radio darya".  Does anyone know if there is any materail available on Radio darya.  vintage air time footage.... 

Esfand Aashena

These are vey good! Good job!

by Esfand Aashena on

Everything is sacred


Hi Ramin

by Mehrban on

This is very good serious work.  Well done.

Orang Gholikhani

Very nice and interesting

by Orang Gholikhani on

Ramin Aziz, I wonder you remembered Pahlevan Naieb

It was one of my favorit. It was not as sucessful as others, so I wonder if people still remember it. Thanks for remembering it.


Monda jan

by ramintork on

I have always appreciated your support, and I think it would be fair to say we are now more like family.


NiCE work, Ramin

by Monda on

So glad to see your work here as well. I have been following your collection since your Mr. Billy (#5) all the way to Ghaysar (#3). So, again thank you for bringing back childhood memories, in such happy medium.


Thank you dear friends

by ramintork on

Thank you for your kind words and I'm glad you enjoyed this series.

I noticed that because there is only a link to the second series  "When Iran Went Pop!that the 2nd series is almost invisible.

I have been busy working on my personal blog and have been away from IC.

For an explanation of these works and to visit my more controversial art and personal stories please visit:









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Nazy Kaviani

Thank you!

by Nazy Kaviani on

This collection is so wonderful and so nostalgic. It is obvious that it was a labor of love for you. I'm glad to be seeing all of them in one place now. I'm glad you shared the collection on We should all do our best now to share it further with other Iranians who might enjoy the memories. Good job Ramin Jan!

Ari Siletz

#4 and #11

by Ari Siletz on

They stand strongly on their own even without a nostalgic reference. #18 also stands on its own after a while. Many thanks, Ramin.

Azadeh Azad

Great works, Ramin jan

by Azadeh Azad on

I love every single part of this collection. Thanks for sharing.



Red Wine


by Red Wine on

Good job Ramin jan ... Thank you .

Darius Kadivar

Bravo Ramin Jaan

by Darius Kadivar on

Loved this !

Thanks for sharing and taking us down the memory lane of Art and Cinema !







Bahram jan

by ramintork on

I'm glad you are here, now I can thank you for putting up all those videos on youtube which were a great reference. Did you see the second series as well. Click on the "when Iran went pop" link.


Very nice Ramin

by bahram9821 on

Very nice Ramin, I really like #14 & 20, thanks for sharing.