艺术家-Bahar Seyedin

Bahar Seyedin

FRENCH ARTIST

CO-BRANDING:Chanel/Hyundai/Planet Paris Montmartre/CDN/longchamp/Lynx optique 

Bahar Seyedin, her first name in Persian, means spring. This illustrator of Iranian origin, now living in France, previously lived and worked in the Montmartre area of Paris, which is also where she began to get to know the city. She now lives in Southern France, where she works remotely as a magazine art director. Her soft colours and stylish illustrations have been featured in magazines and advertisements, and she has won numerous awards. Her highly stylised colourful, feminine illustrations are loved by prestigious magazines such as Madame Figaro.

BAHAR x CHANEL

Bahar collaborated with Chanel on the illustration of the live event at the Chanel event in 2012. Through delicate and refined brush strokes, the whole scene was brought to life for the public, preserving beautiful scenes and memories. Bahar is always quick to catch the key details and is able to translate them into her own style and a style that is in line with the brand, capturing the beauty in her illustrations.

BAHAR x PLANET PARIS MONYTMARTRE

Joséphine Baker will be laid to rest in the Panthéon on November 30, 2021 and will thus become the first balck woman in that temple of great personalities venerated by the French Republic. Bahar created the cover of Planet Paris Montmartre’s magazine dedicated to Josephine Baker as well as the illustrations for the interior pages. The cover illustration was inspired by a photograph of Josephine Baker taken by George Hoyningen-Huene.

BAHAR xLONGCHAMP

Bahar was on hand to illustrate and create cut-outs for a promotional event for the famous brand Longchamp at the Galeries Lafayette in Paris. The event was to promote Longchamp’s new LGP collection and featured celebrities such as Miss France Maëva Coucke, for whom Bahar created live artworks.

BAHAR x LYNXOPTIQUE

The illustrations of Bahar are always a joy to live with and a strong sense of French chic, using the colourful graphic style of the 1950s to delicately portray French Chic, a style that is in keeping with the positioning of the Lynx Optique eyewear brand, which is all about taste, attraction and personality, and which is enhanced by Bahar’s writing.

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