Sunday, December 21, 2008

One of our most challenging requests yet. Five names in a traditional square kufi. We tinkered with each character-form, and their configurations, and after three long early morning hours - Nag did this during his shift looking over Nayla Najwa - it's finally done:


square kufi: 5-in-1
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For an easier reading, we present:
square kufi: 5-in-1
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...which when spread, reads:

nariza, razlan, ashwyn, ashraf & alysa
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Our sincere thank you to Tuan Azlan for his unwavering trust and very positive feedback, without which we could have never dug deep to produce this.

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5 Comments:

Blogger razlan said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuIZc4YhXO4

Youtube ten minute presentation from barcampkl featuring these kufi squares!

10:43 AM  
Blogger Chenyze said...

i really like this one! i'm just wondering - do you do commissioned work or is it just for friends? if you're willing, then how much is it?

thanks!

10:36 PM  
Blogger nagfa said...

Thank you Dr. Razlan.

To Chenyze, yes, we do. The cost depend on the complexity of the names/subjects.

Please email to us:
nagfa_ambigram@hotmail.com

salam (peace)
nagfa

5:17 PM  
Blogger Mainak said...

Oh! Mind boggling ones. Really never imagined that one could have such ambigrams.

These are the first non-English ambigrams that I came across. Had me stumped.

P.S: I know little of the language in which the ambigram has been made. But it sure looks impressive

4:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

salam, boleh tak en buatkan tulisan AL MURSHID dalam khat kufi ni... banyak kali saya cuba tapi tak berapa cantik hasilya

6:50 PM  

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