Arabic Calligraphy Art!

'Bismillah al rahman al rahim' In The Name of God, The Beneficient, The Merciful. In square Kufic script.

XinJiang: Written in square Kufic script, this piece is inspired by artwork from Xin Jiang, China. The repeating pattern of Arabic calligraphy has even taken on a square appearance, resembling Chinese characters.

Xin Jiang by Pik on Sakina Design. Written in square Kufic script, this piece is inspired by artwork from Xin Jiang, China. The repeating pattern of Arabic calligraphy has even taken on a square appearance, resembling Chinese characters.

Isfahan   This design is inspired by architecture from Isfahan, Iran. It comes from the famed Chehel Sutun (Forty Columns) Pavilion, built during the Safavid era

A couple of years ago, while at a conference in Anaheim, I came across Sakina Design. A husband and wife creative team who produce high.

Attarine   This design is inspired by architecture from Fez, Morocco. It comes from the beautiful Attarine Madrasa, built in 1325.

Attarine This design is inspired by architecture from Fez, Morocco. It comes from the beautiful Attarine Madrasa, built in

Dhikr   Written in Square Kufic script, this piece encompasses some of the most common forms of 'Dhikr' (Remembrance of God)

Dhikr Written in Square Kufic script, this piece encompasses some of the most common forms of 'Dhikr' (Remembrance of God)

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