Mohsen Mohammad Mirzaei was born in 1987 and received a bachelor's degree in acting at Arak University and a master's degree at Azbad University of Science and Research in Tehran. "Writing has always been hard for me, but instead, drawing is very easy and sweet," says Mirzaei. “I painted in the corners of all the notebooks and books and wherever I could; Even in the air! Literature has always had the greatest impact on my work; Stories and plays are a deep sea that gives me countless pearls. I usually spend a lot of time researching the story and the subject before etching; But the idea of work is formed suddenly; When the first etudes come on paper, they are very simple and raw, but during the execution, they slowly start to grow and are cooked. The joy of discovering moments is something that must happen during the performance to create a unique work; When the imagination awakens, he is not satisfied with giving up so soon. As a result, Etude changes over and over again during execution. Each work has its own audience. I always do my best to sit on the audience group chair and look at the work from their point of view. In my opinion, a work, any particular idea and technique that it has, should be attractive to its target audience. The target audience can vary from a child to an adult artist. Unfortunately, many times we see that the audience is apparently the work of a child, but the result is understandable and admirable only for the adult audience! This is a scourge that exists in the works of many illustrators, and I try to avoid it."