Art graduated, Bozorgmehr Hossain pour started painting when he was five years old and in kindergarten. His father was also an art educated and painter. He was the primary source of inspiration to his son. Bozorgmehr painted his school bus driver and his family members when he was seven years old. Family members encouraged the young Bozorgmehr to the extent, that he initiated to handprint a family Journal visualizing and criticizing family members’ relations through his drawings. The family journal did not last for more than  4 issues. They could not tolerate the criticism and complain to Bozorgmehr’s father.  Eventually, the family journal stopped.

While in school he participated in a national painting competition organized by the Ministry of Education. He received the first prize every year. The organizers asked him not to participate anymore. He studied graphic art in high school at the same time he started collaborating (drawing) professionally with local newspapers and weeklies. Ministry of Culture selected him as the best journalistic cartoonist when he was 20 years old.
Tehran International Biennial in 2007 awarded the first prize for a caricature (portrait sections) to Bozorgmehr.
Mr. Bozorgmehr was the first artist to draw the caricature of a sitting president in Iran.

Le Monde web site has selected Bozorgmahr’s cartoons. Cagle Cartoons, Inc, selected four of Bozorgmehr’s cartoons and invited him for international collaboration.

Mr. Bozorgmehr has been on the editorial board of several local journals. He regularly draws their cover pages.

He is the author and publisher of 14 books mainly comic strips and cartoon drawings.

Bozorgmehr has participated in several groups and solo exhibitions. Three of his solo exhibitions were held in Paris. His first exhibition in Paris was sold out the first hours after opening. Mr. Francois Hollande at the time president of France visited his second exhibition, Art Paris.
Bozorgmehr especially likes one of his works of art where he asks the audience to hammer a nail on the board and then strings all the nails to the wrist of a man, stopping him from assaulting a child.