The billboard located on the northwestern side of the square is regularly used by the Islamic Revolution Designers House and the Owj Arts and Media Organization for publicizing official ideas and occasions.
The poster entitled ''Jan-Fada'' (The Dedicated'') portrays General Soleimani in front, behind which are portraits of several other national heroesm, including Mirza Kuchak Khan, Sattar Khan and Rais-Ali Delvari.
It also carries a Persian calligraphy by Mojtaba Hassanzadeh, featuring ''Cho Iran nabashad tan-e man mabad'' (''Would that my body no longer be lest Iran not exist''), a verse attributed to the Persian epic poet Ferdowsi.
''Many brave men and women sacrificed their lives throughout contemporary history to safeguard our geographical boundaries and sovereignty, and now, they are the iconic herose of Iran,'' the designers of the poster said in a statement.
''Hajji Qassem follows a line of brave men and women such as Bibi Maryam, Mirza Kuchak Khan, Alimardan Khan, Rais-Ali Delvari, Farangis, Kurdish Peshmerga, brave Baluchi tribes and the martyrs of the Sacred Defense, and their remembrance will last forever,'' the statement added.
Ruholamin, who is mostly famous for his paingings of stories from the history of Islam, also did ''The apocalyptic Companion of Aba Abdiilh'' to express his sympathy after General Soleimani, the IRVX Quds Force chief. was assassinated in a U.S air raid in Bahfdad on january 3, 2020.
Produced one day after the incident, the painting depints General Soleimani's remains embraced by Imam Hussein (AS), the third Imam of the Shias.
ani's remains embraced by Imam HUssein (AS, the third Imam of the Shias,
An image of the artwork was published on khamenei.ir, the official website of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.