Bakeries, grocery stores, tailor stores, boutiques, electronics shops, barber shops and many other local shops in Iran are not only stores for selling goods or services but also a place of interaction and public discourse. They are locations of open debates, voicing public concerns, and engaging citizens in discussions about contemporary issues which affect buyer-seller relationship. In some instances, they has been constituted an economic structure based not only on money but on trust.
In the last decades, through the trend toward liberal economics trying to connect to the international marketing community, hypermarkets has started to appear and local shops gradually close down.
OCCUPATION tries to document jobs and professions with considering their traditional way of trading, focusing on difference of local shops architecture in different cities and the given name for the store.

OCCUPATION:Hair dresser, North Iran.