Khaleelullah Chemnad sent me a link to his “anatomy calligraphy” logos. Here’s what he says about this type of art:
“Anatomic calligraphy is a style in which the portrait of a person is drawn using the person’s name in Arabic or the words describing any other specialties of the person. Best examples of this style are the portrait of the founding president of the UAE late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan drawn using the letters of his name in Arabic and the portrait of poet Sheikh Mana Al Otaiba using the two lines of his poem, “Al Badiya,” which reads “Min Manhalissahrae Akhrafi Ahrafi, Mali Anil Harafil Jariya Badil”.”
Stay tuned for more logo portraits by visiting www.worldofcalligraphy.com .