On December 8, 2009
In Arab Culture, Art, Music
Calligraphy done by Turkish calligrapher Ozcay.
Special thanks to Hussein Al-Azaat for the images.
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Looks like a bunch of squiggles to me.
Kidding, of course. ;)
Wow! These are amazing! Thanks for sharing.
Is it pretty isn’t it? I’m glad you guys enjoyed it :)
meticulously written, such steady hands they have!
mashae Allah so attractive collection
Can’t stop watching this over and over angain !
The Arabic calligraphy, should be more known than it’s now.
She allows a freedom of unlimited imagination
Thanks for the artist , please continue to enchant us.
Vraiment très beau !
Je ne peux m’empêcher de regarder plusieurs fois ces belles calligraphies.
La calligraphie arabe gagnerait à être plus connue qu’elle ne l’est maintenant.
Elle permet une liberté d’imagination pour l’artiste et pour l’admirateur, sans limite.
Merci à l’artiste, et continuez s’il-vous-plaît à nous enchanter.
I feel as if some of these look like arabic characters, but still all look great.
dang, this calligraphy is pretty…khat.
Glad you liked it!
Arabic calligraphy is very intricate – it would drive me insane even trying to attempt to have a go at doing this!
Looks like the work of the devil if you ask me…
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