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Arabic Calligraphy, text of Mahmoud Darwish’s poem Take My Horse and Slaughter It. The poem is written exactly once, beginning in the head of the horse and finishing in the tail in the Arabic Calligraphy Diwani Jali.

#sufi #mystic  #Art #@Af's 23/4/13

arabic calligraphy in the form of a religious dancer, sometimes referred to a whirling dervishes, as the spinning dancers reach a meditative state. Arabic Calligraphy. Movement

Arabic calligraphy The figure of a woman jumping is created using the arabic diwani jali calligraphy script. The text reads “Always do what you are afraid to do” and is repeated exactly three times to create the shape. by calligrapher Everitte Barbee

Arabic Calligraphy

الروم ٱية 21 Surat Ar-Rum, Verse 21 Among His (Allaah) other signs are the creation of the heavens and earth and the diversity of your tongues and colours. Surely there are signs in this for all of mankind.

arabic calligraphy butdoesitfloat

arabic calligraphy butdoesitfloat: Reminds me of a connect the dots game I played with my mom when I was a kid.


"It is easier for me to see everything as one thing than to see one thing as one thing" Antonio Porchia, Arabic Calligraphy by Hassan Massoudy- Calligraphie Arabe Vivante edition)