Eklektikos
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"This piece of Arabic Calligraphy depicts a horse using the text of Mahmoud Darwish’s poem Take My Horse and Slaughter It. The poem is written exactly once, beginning in the head of the horse and finishing in the tail in the Arabic Calligraphy Diwani Jali. The title of the poem, along with the author’s name, is written in the bottom right of the piece.”
This. This is incredible.
  1. "This piece of Arabic Calligraphy depicts a horse using the text of Mahmoud Darwish’s poem Take My Horse and Slaughter It. The poem is written exactly once, beginning in the head of the horse and finishing in the tail in the Arabic Calligraphy Diwani Jali. The title of the poem, along with the author’s name, is written in the bottom right of the piece.”

    This. This is incredible.

  1. 30 notesTimestamp: Wednesday 2013/04/10 9:48:28Source: everitte.orgsalaamarabiccalligraphybeautyhorsemahmoud darwishpoempoetryarabic calligraphyscriptarttalentstunning
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