The stroke resembles the
number ’one’ in most world languages – to reflect the concept of
one-ness and unity in the world. It is done like the ’alif’ the
first and most definitive of arabic letters.
Arabic-kufic style square maze but in
English, dark and heavy but with a bright opening and illumination.
Any Given Time
Look into My Eyes
A bright blue and white,
light-orientated piece with the arabic word 'The Light' (an-Nur) in
thuluth script, almost melting with the glow. A powerfull piece upon
arabesque textures and lyrics that sit in between the strokes.
A serious song with serious
lyrics, the artwork depicts the roughness and reality of the
situation. Using VisualDhikr’s own photography (e.g. pic of young
girl in Baluta refugee camp) – this piece is a collage of emotions.
Live, loud and in your
face. With large type and bold colours, it converys a happy
impression, but the wordings hold something more darker. A retro
classic style, often found on many shop fronts.
Loud, fast, explosive type
and textures, that dominate the piece and justaposed colours the
type work that captures the mood of the song.
Nothing Left To Do
Based on the wings of an
angel in abstract curves. With a stained-glass effect arabesque
backdrop to bring out the atmosphere, accompanied with hand written
title from the song.
This piece takes
inspiration from the sunset, with the circular arabesque indicating
a warm sun. The word 'maktub' (meaning its written) in Arabic brush
script emphasising the powerfull lyrics in the song.
Words Stuck To Heart
Big fluffy hearts cushion
the type work, with a golden aroma, the artwork captures the mood of
the song. The typeface is brought together using a classical
calligraphic script to make it special.
Moving night scene, rush of
cars, people and colours. The brightness of the celebrations
brighten up the darkness of the night.
Reaching out (the tree
towards the sky) the streak of light, sky and freedom.
The sensual red evokes
warmth, passion and love. The two arabic words are based on the
lyrics, ’love and life’ (hub wa hayat) – Ive tried to intertwine
them, or base them on the ’matching calligraphy lines’ concept.
Arabesque stars broken up
and splattered, disunited and not in pattern reflect the mood of the
song regarding the lost Ummah and the sense of yearning.
The hand signifies the
ethnic response, based on the concept of 'one word' and self
confidence. The scratchy type work is a reflection of agitation and
fustration. Simplicty and boldness bring this piece together in a
very powerfull way.
I Only Ask of God
Based on prayer to God, the
city of Jerusalem illustrated as the worlds heart, for all
religions. The type work is raised above the city, ascending.
Based on the heavenly and
earthly communication with God, to envoke a sense of spirituality in
prayer - where words intertwine with hazy colours.
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