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Category Archives: Text from Text الكلمات من الكلمات
I was recently commissioned to create a series of logos for the Middle Eastern Department at the University of Southern California. Below are two simple circular designs, the first in Arabic, the second in Farsi, each reading “The University of … Continue reading
The poem ‘Voice’ by Syrian poet, Rasha Omran, is written exactly once to write the word ‘Sawt’ meaning voice or noise, all written in the Diwani Jali Arabic Calligraphy script.
Khalil Gibran eloquently describes friendship in his famous book ‘The Prophet‘. This quote (seen at the bottom) is written exactly once in the Diwani Jali Arabic calligraphy script to write the word ‘friendship’ (sadaaqa) once again in large letters. The … Continue reading
“This is not a Calligraphy” is repeated several times throughout the piece in Arabic script. All together the words write “Calligraphy”. This homage to the most famous Belgian surrealist is illustrated using a modified version of the Diwani Djali Arabic … Continue reading