Omid Nemalhabib is a graphic designer and art director with a bold focus on multilingual typography and visual identity design. He is also co-founder of Studio Melli, an independent graphic design practice based in Tehran.
He attempts to make a deep connection between visual culture and graphic design with a personal narrative and contemporary approach by dint of typographic experiments and letterform exploration.
His work encompasses a wide range of projects in the field of editorial and publication design for art-cultural institutions, printed matter, posters, books, magazines, and web design for local and international clients across different platforms.
Omid has participated in numerous international exhibitions; His work has been published in graphic design books and magazines such as étapes, the second volume of Arabesque, Komma Magazine, and Bi-Scriptual. He has been a member of IGDS-the Iranian Graphic Designers society for more than ten years.