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This piece depicts the Lebanese Flag, formed with the words of the Lebanese national anthem. The Lebanese national anthem is written exactly once in this piece, creating the official proportions of the flag of Lebanon.
The poem “(Stray) Bullet” by Lebanese-Palestinian poet, Mazen Maarouf, is written exactly once in the Diwani Jali Arabic calligraphy script to create the image of a man (bearing the likeness of Mazen, himself) being struck by a stylized bullet. 42x29cm … Continue reading
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