No.26 | Continuity | June, 2017 | Tehran | Iran
● Technique: Acrylic | From D.L. Mural group
● Fellow artists in execution process: Adel Barazandeh, Yazdan Barazande
● Ordered by the Mural Department- Tehran Beautification Organization
● The theme of this painting is based on the continuation of the Slavic motifs and the movement lies in which. The effect is designed to fit the place of worship of the Muslims (mosque) and is constructed using the Kofi font. The Banayi font is one of the types of Islamic calligraphy, which is a kind of Angular Kofi, and is made from the geometric shapes such as squares, rhizomes, rectangles and parallel and cross-lines. The Banayi font is a non-decorated and geometric type of Kofi font that is designed based on plaid patterns.
The basis of this line is the horizontal and vertical stroke and the flow of the line with a uniform thickness in the horizontal or vertical direction in such a way that all geometric surfaces are filled with these horizontal and vertical entries.