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Not everyone is as cheerful about US-Iran rapprochement

Not everyone is as cheerful about US-Iran rapprochement. Iranian hardliners, express Anti-American sentiment in new street poster.

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Visfor Voy @VisforVoy

Voy! Is an Iranian expression of great frustration. A play on the film and comic book adaptation "V is for Vendetta". Get it? Object to Iran, and put energy into Pragmatic (not reckless, dangerous or foolhardy) Opposition to it.

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Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

"...express Anti-American sentiment in new street poster."
With very embarrassing bad English!
"The US Governments Styles Honesty"!!!
Wonder which one is worse?
- Over the top graphics
- The incorrect English
- Display of sore loser sentiments all over the capital city

VisforVoy

Visfor Voy Voy! Is an Iranian expression of great frustration. A play on the film and comic book adaptation "V is for Vendetta". Get it? Object to Iran, and put energy into Pragmatic (not reckless, dangerous or foolhardy) Opposition to it.

You have to applaud the effort he put into the design though!

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

NOT!

VisforVoy

Visfor Voy Voy! Is an Iranian expression of great frustration. A play on the film and comic book adaptation "V is for Vendetta". Get it? Object to Iran, and put energy into Pragmatic (not reckless, dangerous or foolhardy) Opposition to it.

Actually, I think he stole the image from some other ad. That is sadly usually what happens when Iranians try to dabble in Art. Artistically we are also not very original

I think this was done by an American trying to raise a point about Big Business in America.

I'll see if I can find it.

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

What are you talking about? We have some of the most internationally renowned artists in every single filed of Art.
In Graphic Arts I would refer you to Morteza Momayez, Ardehsair Mohases, Aydin Aghdashlo,....If you could get your hands on that art magazine they used to publish in Iran called "Tavoos" and you'll see just how rich visual arts in Iran have become.
Basiji thugs are only good in thuggery!