Tag Archives: Persian

Squiggly Forks


Squiggly Forks

These “squiggly” lines are in fact the word ‘fork’ but used to create a circular design using the Thuluth script and translated to Persian / Farsi.

It’s interesting how the original word (fork) is lost in the design and “squiggly” lines!

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Dreaming of Forks


Dreaming of Forks

A circular ‘fork’ design created using the Thuluth script and translated to Persian / Farsi. Who knew forks were so beautiful?!

Forks, Forks, Forks…


Forks, Forks, Forks...

Another circular design using the Naskh script and Persian / Farsi translation of the word ‘Fork’.

A Fork variation in Naskh


A Fork variation in Naskh

This ‘fork’ variation was created using the Naskh script and translated from Persian / Farsi. This is a complex circular design of a simple utensil!

Lord of the Forks



This design (in some way) resembled designs created for the film trilogy of Lord of the Rings.

I created this circular design of ‘Fork’ using the Shekasteh-Nastaliq script and translated to Persian / Farsi.

When Forks collide



This complex circular ‘fork’ design is created by using the Nastaliq script and translating to Persian / Farsi.

Symmetric Forks



A skew-symmetric design of the word ‘Fork’, written in Nastaliq script and translated to Persian / Farsi.