1. Doha Bank Logo Intro

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    A Logo Animation Intro for Doha Bank in arabic calligraphic inspiration. Client: Doha Bank. Software used: Cinema 4D, After Effects, Photoshop & Illustrator. Year: 2012

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    • BOXOBIA® Advertising Agency

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      Creativity needs Courage , not every body has it! We have it .... الإبداع يحتاج لجرأة، لا تتوفر عند كل شخص !! لدينا الجرأة www.instagram.com/boxobia www.boxobia.com www.ac.boxobia.com Manama , Bahrain ask@boxobia.com +973 333070301

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      • BOXOBIA® Article about brand making

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        An Article about brand making in Areej Magazine. It’s one of BOXOBIA initiatives to educate the public about Advertising, and creativity in this field. The image of this article, done in BOXOBIA office, with real stuffs. مقالة تتناول عن صناعة الهويات التجارية في مجلة أريج الشهرية. وهي إحدى مبادرات شركة BOXOBIA في التثقيف في مجال الإعلان والإبداع في هذا القطاع. ومن الجدير بالذكر أن تصميم صورة الموضوع قد تمت بالكامل في مكتب الشركة. وهذا ديدن BOXOBIA في طرح المبتكر في أمور التسويق. Website: http://boxobia.com/areej3.pdf Instagram: http://instagram.com/boxobia Email: ask@boxobia.com

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        • tasmeem | تصميم

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          كتيب يحتوي على ٦ بطاقات تهنئة للمناسبات اليومية صممت بالخط الكوفي المربع instagram: @tasmeemkw kuwait

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          • لأنها" فلسطين"- "Because it is" Palestine

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            لأنها جنة الأرض, نموت و نحيا من أجلها ..... فلسطين Because it is heaven on earth, we die and live for its sake ..... Palestine 3d production and Arabic calligraphy were combined to created a 3d Palestinian embroidery cross stitch and realistic threads animation Softwares used: cinema 4d , adobe illustrator , adobe after effects music: Samer Totah - Samaai Ajam Ushayraan

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            • Become an Arabic Calligraphy Artist from Scratch in 8 Weeks - Online Course promo

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              www.mastertheqalam.com Have you spent a lifetime admiring the grace and elegance of Arabic Calligraphy but never had the chance to learn the art? Have you spent ages looking for a viable resource to teach you the art in the English language but never found one? Has learning the art always been on your bucket list but you never had the chance to slot it in your busy life schedule? If you answered yes to any one of the questions above, then this course is for you! This one of a kind Arabic Calligraphy course allows you the flexibility to learn anytime, from anywhere, and at your own pace. This is your chance to begin the journey of a lifetime; start learning today and explore your true artistic capabilities! Not sure if learning the art online is a good idea? In addition to Udemy’s 30 day guarantee, you have my personal promise that this course, along with the perseverance to learn and practice, will have you scripting like a pro in a few months time. This is an 8-week comprehensive and step-by-step course to learn the Naskh, Thuluth, and Diwani scripts from absolute scratch. Following is the outline for the course: Week1: Introduction – Learning Methodology, Supplies, Dynamics of the pen, Scaling and Measurements Week 2: Naskh Day 1 – Introduction, Letters Aleph to ‘Ain Week 3: Naskh Day 2 – Letters Fa to Hamza, Sample sentence scripting Week 4: Thuluth Day 1 – Introduction, Letters Aleph to ‘Ain Week 5: Thuluth Day 2 – Letters Fa to Hamza, Sample sentence scripting Week 6: Diwani Day 1 – Introduction, Letters Aleph to ‘Ain Week 7: Diwani Day 2 – Letters Fa to Hamza, Sample sentence scripting Week 8: Planning and drafting masterpieces, Conclusion For more details on the course or to enrol, please visit the course page: www.arabiccalligraphycourse.com FAQ Is this course suitable for my kids to take? Of course, the earlier a child starts learning calligraphy, the easier it is to pick up the art. Can I gift this course to someone? Yes definitely, on the course registration page, there is an option to send the course as a gift. When does this course start and end? Is there a fixed schedule? There is no start and end date to the course, and there is no fixed schedule; this course keeps your busy life schedule in mind and allows you the flexibility to attend the lessons whenever you’d like. Are these live sessions or pre-recorded lessons? These are pre-recorded detailed tutorial videos which you can watch as many times as you’d like. Since this is an 8 week course, will we have access to videos for only 8 weeks? 8 weeks is only a suggested timeframe. As you will have the access to the lessons indefinitely, you can complete the course in 8 months or perhaps 8 years; it is totally up to you. Does the course include supplies used to write calligraphy? No, as this is an online course, there are no supplies provided with the course. However, I teach how to create your own bamboo qalam and suggest brands/types of paper and ink you can purchase from any local art store. What if I do not want to create my own bamboo pen and want to buy a ready-made pen? Where can I buy everyday calligraphy supplies? You can checkout the website www.arabiccalligraphysupplies.com for quality ready made supplies. Will watching the videos be sufficient enough to have me write good calligraphy? Watching the videos alone will get you nowhere; watching the videos along with ample practice and completing the weekly homework will have you standing at your own feet by the end of the course. You will be ready to start creating your own calligraphy artwork inshaAllah. Will the instructor mark or grade my work for corrections? This course is designed as a self study guide. However I will be happy to answer any questions or provide guidance. Would you recommend this course over the book you have published? It’s comparing apples and oranges; both resources have their own benefits. The course will allow you to learn live scripting while the book is a great reference guide for all scaling and measurements. The book also include 2 additional scripts that are not taught as part of the online course: Riq’a and Farsi.

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              • The Art of Definition - Faizal Somadi

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                The Art of Definition is a web documentary series for RealOriginal TV that features craftsmen in various disciplines. Listen to what makes them tick and get a sense of their unique personalities. This vignette features traditional calligraphy artist: Faizal Somadi - The educator & craftsman, as he shares the raw essence of his craft and his passion for sharing that knowledge. Client/Agency: RealOriginal TV Post: Monochromatic Pictures Creatives: Monochromatic Pictures, Anak Melayu Prod.

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                • SYNTAX talks 2013 - Wajha

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                  Hussain Alazaat and Ali Almasri on Wajha, during SYNTAX Talks 2013 Wajha is an independent initiative that uses design and branding knowledge gained from the business world for a better-designed social space. Interventions are created on the city’s façade; on shop-fronts to be exact. Experimenting in typography, illustration and graphic design, the Wajha duo will share their projects, which aim to stimulate the local community into talking about design through their engagement with these creative interventions. Ali Almasri is a type and graphic designer who holds multiple degrees in graphic and industrial design. His portfolio is very diverse across branding, corporate identities, interactive media design, print, and type design. At the same time, he is interested in exploring new visual languages relating to Arabic visual culture, with a specific focus on the Arabic letter. As a child, Hussein loved calligraphy. By the age of 10, he began to enjoy practicing his own handwriting and started to develop an individual Cubic Kufi style. Since then, Hussein has explored many artistic schools in calligraphy and typography - from classical and traditional methods to contemporary and experimental forms. He appreciates that the originality of Arabic calligraphy is an important element the Arabic culture. More SYNTAX talks: http://syntaxdesign.com/blog/category/syntax-talks/

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                  • Using Arabic calligraphy for my new artwork

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                    I have always been inspired with calligraphy. I started working on my new artwork. This time I use Arabic art and Arabic calligraphy for inspiration. In this video you can see how I write MINA SPARKLINA in Arabic calligraphy.

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                    • Arabic Calligraphy - Scripting demo for letters in the Diwani script (Khat Ad-Diwani)

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                      To watch more videos, please visit: www.omaruddincalligraphy.com

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