Masoud Ziaei Zardakhshoi, cartoonist, caricaturist, cartoon critic and teacher, was born on February 6, 1964 in Abadan.
He has won more than 140 national and international awards from festivals at home and abroad.
Ziaee has been a member of the jury of more than 40 national and international festivals. Among his awards are: Brazilian Grand Prix 1995 Porto Alger, First Prize Turkey Jamal Nader, First Prize Jiaxing China, Second Prize Don Quixote German Immigration, Second Prize Russia Izvestia, First Prize Gol Agha Safar, First Prize Persian Gulf, He mentioned the award for the best children's cartoonist in Iran for children's cartoons Gol Agha and the second prize in India.
Ziaee has published four collections of his works: a collection of cartoons called When Man Thinks God Laughs in 2001, a book of cartoons for no one in 2003, a book about the moon worrying about the earth in 2010, and a book published when fish talk in 2012. Masoud Ziaei has collaborated with comic and cartoon magazines Kayhan Caricature, Gol Agha Children and several local newspapers. So far, he has published more than hundreds of works in domestic and foreign books and catalogs, and in the field of cartoons, he has numerous articles and articles in specialized cartoon sites and publications. He also developed a method called keywords for brainstorming in cartoons, which is quite different from other conventional methods.
He also has 4 short films in his repertoire and works as an advertising and industrial photographer.
Some of Masoud Ziaei Zardakhshoi's recent works are as follows: