These works of Emad have a nostalgic air: it seems they are remnants of pre-industrial Iranian crafts, objects we don’t know what use they might have or have had in the past; probably to welcome new comers to a mid-summer funeral. But that’s not important: their mystery and history is enough for us to keep them in a corner of our house or mind. Emad’s works are beautiful and decorative: whoever is not pleased can take a tour of Tehran and enjoy the enormous ugliness of the urban space.