A painting, A storyTAHMINEH MOJTAHED BIDABADI
A painting, A story
Every time I look at my painting tools, I remember Aydin Aghdashloo’s painting classes, how I participated in my classes with interest, and I learned a new technique every session. I was his student for about 4 years or more and I stopped classes in the watercolor stage.
The watercolor technique is always one of the most enjoyable painting techniques I have ever experienced. Except for some paintings and other illustration works, I did not have the opportunity to use this ability, and because I always worked with computers and software, I had less chance of doing manual work.
When I was offered the packaging of Famila products, I thought this was the best opportunity to express this creativity and use this ability that I can best perform. So after carefully studying each product, I thought about the drawings and constructions of each and made up my mind a story for each.
I had 8 uniform products with different flavors and stories. For each, I considered three pantone colors and a painting. Given the existing printing limitations, I tried to design a suitable cutting blade that would be attractive to the market. I will definitely explain more about this project in more detail in the future because a lot of work has been done for it.