Anson uses his densely layered imagery and energetic lines to celebrate the beginning of the Persian New Year, a predominantly secular holiday that is enjoyed by people of many faiths. Nowruz has been celebrated for over 3000 years in Central Asia, Western Asia, the Caucasus, Black Sea Basin, and the Balkans.
Falling on the first day of Spring, Nowruz also marks the New Year in the Iranian solar calendar.
Anson’s style – and his multiple variations on this new image – seem fitting for this holiday that is filled with symbolism and shared among various cultures.
Recently championed on the popular blog “Moms with Apps” (you can read it here), this charming puzzle game is an engaging challenge for children and adults alike. Who wouldn’t want to get lost in imagery as cute as this?
And now we get to the very best part, ladies and gentlemen: the app is FREE! Challenge those peepers and see if you’ve got what it takes in this game of bunnies, eggs, and all things spring.