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Quranic Infographics: A Collection of Illustrations Inspired By The Quran

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This hardcover, full-color book is a collection of illustrations inspired by verses of the Qur'an. The artist has employed distinctly different art styles to present various topics including ethics and morality, history, and law in Islam. From ancient Egyptian Art, stained-glass, and architectural isometric drawings, each piece has been thoughtfully composed to effectively ...more
Hardcover, 1st, 40 pages
Published February 2020 by Salam Comics
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biblio_mom (Aiza)
Mar 03, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Brilliant idea of creating a Quranic infographic book! and the illustrations that inspired from the verses of the Holy Quran are just stunning and full of arts with vibrant colours. As we all know, Quran touched about everything generally and specifically. So, in this book, the author puts in a lot of the common stories that we've learned since we were younger, such as pilgrimage, ihsan, signs of Allah from what can be seen in the universe, hijab, riba, and so much more.

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Minnie Emuite
A fun and imaginative way to introduce Quranic verses to kids and adults alike.
It's visual and fun. AND it's very well thought. The illustrations are in various historical styles and you can tell there has been a lot of research there.

The verses are respected and simply translated in English. I personally wish it was available also in French so that my kids could browse through the pages on their own. Maybe someday. Meanwhile I'm eagerly waiting for the Hadith Infographics that is announced to
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Javeria Zaidi
Feb 20, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Read this gem the other day! What a gorgeous book. Absolutely stunning illustrations, with the verses of the Holy Quran woven into them beautifully.
We especially loved the chapter about Moses, and that sparked a broader conversation about Ancient Egyptians.
I love how they have topics like hijab, respecting the parents, etc and all the verses related to that in an engaging and child friendly manner.
My new favourite in children’s Islamic books. Can’t recommend this enough!
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Mahdi Tabatabaei Yazdi grew up in a family of devout Muslims. He was always encouraged to practice his faith and follow his passion as an artist. As a result, his early childhood was spent making drawings with meaningful stories and messages behind them. As his exposure to the wider world of art increased, he was faced with the reality that even in his religious society, art represented many aspec ...more

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