Mohammad Ehsaei was born in 1939 in Qazvin and graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Tehran. He began his career as a professional with the former Lion and Sun population youth magazine, then joined the textbook organization, where he worked as a layout and then as the director of a graphic studio. After a while, he started working as an expert in art books for the third year. The experiences that followed his collaboration with the Pars Art Foundation and his association with several famous graphic artists made him closer to graphic art as a painter and calligrapher. As his presence in the field of graphic design and especially typography and aesthetic play with Iranian and Islamic letters is felt more than in areas such as painting. Due to his extensive experience in graphics, he was instrumental in launching the field of graphics at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Tehran. Statistics is considered to be the inventor of calligraphy in Iran. He was the first to use letters as a means of personal expression. He, who was capable of calligraphy, considered himself closer to "tradition" and then to "calligraphy" and, most importantly, to "calligraphy", one of the Saqakhaneh painters, and the reason for this was his loyalty to the calligraphy traditions and connection to the real form of letters and his approach was to move from calligraphy to painting, using the visual and conceptual elements and arrays of painting in his calligraphy. Other notable works include the design of signs for the Nahj al-Balaghah Foundation, the Niavaran Cultural Center, the Academy of Arts and the Textbook Organization, the Graphic Museum of Iran, and the titles of many recent newspapers. Mohammad Ehsaei has participated in dozens of solo and group exhibitions before and after the revolution in Iran and other countries, including the annual Ball Exhibitions (Switzerland), the Bologna Exhibition (Italy), Hangzhou (China) and the Ishia Society in New York ( United States) noted. His work in the field of graphic design has a calligraphic appearance and from the poster to the signs of his writings, everything is first summarized in letters and structured and measured games with the combination of letters and finally plays a graphic role.