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Tag Archives: Everitte Barbee
Dimensions: 100x35cm The map of Palestine is depicted using the names of the cities and villages that existed before 1948. The names are written in a derivative of the Diwani Jali Islamic calligraphy script Villages and cities are drawn on … Continue reading
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 image of the Statue of Liberty in this piece is created using only the Arabic translation of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote“I prefer liberty with danger than peace with slavery.” The text is written in the Diwani Jali script repeated … Continue reading
This piece is formed using only Arabic calligraphy in the ornamental Diwani Jali script. The text in this piece is the entire 90th book of the Qur’an. It is part of my ongoing project ‘The Quran for Solidarity‘. Dimensions: 31x35cm. … Continue reading
The two verses featuring this image are taken from Ode of Labid pre-islamic Moa’alkat written in Diwani Jali script. Dimensions: 29x42cm. في هذه الصورة بيتين شعر من قبل الإسلام مأخوذين من معلقة لبيد ومكتوبين بالخط الديواني الجلي Noble we; our … Continue reading
This piece features the map of Iraq composed of the Arabic names written in Islamic calligraphy . It was requested by the IVAW ‘Iraq Veterans Against the War’. The first 10 prints of this piece were donated to to the … Continue reading