Latest addition : 17 March 2010.
As a decoration and art form Arabic calligraphy has evolved during the last millennium, continuing to flourish in the modern Arabic speaking world. Using traditional skills, bamboo pens and special inks, skilled Arabic calligraphers and designers still play an important role in communications, design and art on an international scale. Time honoured calligraphic styles like Ruq’a, Naskhi, Ta’liq, Diwani, Thuluth and Kufic remain core, but Arabic calligraphers today are reaching new heights of excellence.
Explore our Arabic calligraphy gallery by clicking on the thumbnails above and discover how our designers encapsulate the emotions and essence of this exquisite art form.
There is a wide array of examples, including commissions from multinational corporations, Middle Eastern companies and private and corporate institutions.