About this Blog

Centuries after the Quran was written, Arabic calligraphy found its geometric perfection.

Well into the twentieth century, calligraphers scribed masterpieces of Arabic Calligraphy by hand. Modern advancements in computer technologies and graphics have led to a flourishing of styles and techniques, creating an entirely new dimension of an ancient art form.

I feel honoured to launch this blog, a modest attempt to display some of my calligraphy.

If you like any of the artwork displayed here, please feel free to use it. I do request, however, that you notify me via email. Thank you.

All comments, positive and negative, are welcome.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Wazkur rabbaka izaa naseeta (واذكر ربك إذا نسيت) سورة الكهف 24


  1. As-salamu `alaykum. Your images are very beautiful!

    Can I use them to make them into pictures, maybe for picture frames to sell? Can you please send me to original images? Are they in digital/vector form or jpg.?

    May Allah reward you.


  2. @Anonymous

    All of my work posted here are free for personal use.

    If you want to sell them and need vector files, send your email id to moiz217 at gmail dot com


  3. As-salamu `alaykum.

    Thanks for responding to my comment.

    I sent you an email a couple of weeks ago just as you suggested but I haven't received anything yet.

    Thanks once again

  4. I am reciting this ayah because i am worried at that time.

  5. Good sharing for us.thanks for good sharing.

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  7. What is the meaning of this ayah