Art inspired by Islamic History
The artwork is printed on glass with eco-friendly UV curable ink.
'Al Wada' is the Arabic word for 'farewell' and it sums up the significance of this final sermon of the Prophet Muhammad.
This beautiful artwork is inspired by a 13th century bowl from Kashan, Iran.
This contemporary geometric design is inspired by architectural elements decorating the interior of the "Court of the Lions" in the famed Alhambra Palace.
This design is inspired by Iznik tiles from Turkey.
The 'Shahada' written in Thuluth script. First developed in the 11th century, Thuluth script is one of the most elegant forms of Arabic calligraphy, and can be found decorating medieval Mosques from Europe to Asia.
This design is inspired by architecture from Fez, Morocco. It comes from the beautiful Attarine Madrasa, built in 1325.
The floral pattern comes from the 16th century Rustem Pasha Mosque in Istanbul.
This design is inspired by architecture from Isfahan, Iran. It comes from the famed Chehel Sutun (Forty Columns) Pavilion, built during the Safavid era.
This repeating eight-pointed star pattern is very common in Islamic art and architecture, however it is also prevalent in many other cultures from around the world.
Written in square Kufic, this form of Arabic calligraphy is around one thousand years old, yet it has a very contemporary aesthetic.
Written in Thuluth script, this artwork harmoniously melds classical Arabic script and a contemporary presentation.
Set of Four Bookmarks with Beautiful Design and quotes.