These letters will totally change the way you think about Iran.


We asked people in Iran to write a letter to John or Jane, a long lost friend in America. We told them to imagine that John or Jane works as a graphic designer at a major US newspaper. They were told that John/Jane have an Uncle that is a US senator that has voted to increase sanctions on Iran, A brother who is in the US army, A mother who wants to come to Iran but is scared and a father who can't really tell the difference between Iran and Iraq and finally a sister who had cancer last year.


Letter 511

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Letter 469

John I saw you here by chance, the only picture that I had of you, was that single picture which you ve send it for me like 13 years ago, actually ,I wasn’t surprise when I saw ,your face didn’t get change. do you remember at the same time, I told you that ,you foreigners, didn’t get change from 20s to 50s ,its like u guys just stay in you re 30s!I still insist !if only my picture makes you

Letter 470

My dearest, It was around sunset and time to go home when chief editor called and asked me to stay longer . I had no choice; I stayed. was working with InDesign when you came to my mind. I remembered the day we met at an InDesign intent forum You were a designer in the United States of America and I was a designer in Iran. Sometimes the projects we worked on were completely contradicting each other, like two soldiers

Letter 440

Dear John, I hope all is well with you. Are you back from your trip? I must say, I am jealous! It is wonderful that you can put all your belongings in one backpack and go discover new places. I wish I could do the same… The doors that are open to your “Blue Passport” are not open to my “Brown Passport”. This is another one of the benefits from congress which your uncle is a

Letter 361

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Letter 356

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Letter 349

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Letter 343

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Letter 340

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Letter 334

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