Sebahagian daripada siri tentang Kebudayaan Islam. Skrip ini muncul buat kali pertamanya dalam kurun ke M kurun keempat Hijri. Bentuk lurus dan bersudut skrip Kufi digantikan dengan skrip garisan yang melengkung dan condong oblik. Dalam skrip Thuluth, satu pertiga setiap huruf condong, dari mana datangnya nama skrip.
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Ahmad Jeddawi is a calligrapher in practice, a scribe if you may, whose love for calligraphy goes back to his school days. On the process of learning, Ahmad explains that learning the basics takes practice, practice and more practice.
Just as young Ahmad started to search for his path in life, calligraphy is what lead him to choose his career path and prosper in it at such a young age.
It takes a lot of creativity, innovative ideas, practiced lines and precise design to be able to make time for both and as a student his educational path ever so often trumped his love for calligraphy. Calligraphy helped me find the 'architect' in me. Combining his trained and practiced concentrated strokes with the straight angular lines of his projects, Ahmad found a way to not only combine two passions, but to effectively bring them to modern times.
From an artistic point of view, science when applied in a balanced format is a form of art in its own way. Ahmad told of how thuluth is one type of khat that is not only significant but one of the most widely used in the Islamic world for its clear structure, readability and use of architectural decorations bringing more emphasis to the beauty of the written word. I want my calligraphy sketches to fill in the spaces in my architectural designs and have it as an important pillar of any interior design I am able to produce.
I strive to reach a level where my preserved compositions are on display, to display the beauty of thuluth and be a teaching tool for any starting calligrapher. Calligraphy is the geometry of the spirit, a religious experience rather than esthetic. Whoever said the written word is boring clearly has never seen a calligrapher at work. From Spanish conquistadors to British colonialists, the prevailing story of European empire-building has focused on the rival ambitions of competing states.
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Thuluth (seni khat)
In Thuluth , one-third of each letter slopes, from which the name meaning "a third" in Arabic comes. An alternative theory to the meaning is that the smallest width of the letter is one third of the widest part. It is an elegant, cursive script, used in medieval times on mosque decorations. Various calligraphic styles evolved from Thuluth through slight changes of form. The greatest contributions to the evolution of the Thuluth script occurred in the Ottoman Empire in three successive steps that Ottoman art historians call "calligraphical revolutions":.
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