Quranic Infographics: A Collection of Illustration Inspired by the Quran


  • Author Mahdi Tabatabaie Yazdi
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Mahdi Tabatabaie Yazdi
This book is a collection of illustrations inspired from the verses of the Holy Quran.

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 to stained-glass and architectural isometric drawings, each piece has been thoughtfully composed to communicate the Quranic message to all audiences.

Some of the topics covered in the book:

* Three factors of excellence in the Qur'an
* Hijab in the Qur'an
* Paradise & Hell in the Qur'an
* Tolerance in the Qur'an

This book is easy to understand and accessible to people of all communities who want to explore the meaning of the Qur'an though a medium of art.

Age: 6+
Size: 34 x 24cm (approx.)

Author & Illustrator

Mahdi 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 aspects of human life - except religion. Therefore, as an artist inspired by Islam, he chose to communicate his faith through his artwork. "I believe art is a language that everyone appreciates despite what they believe. It is linked with the human instinct, and the human instinct is created by a divine power that is full of beauty." - Mahdi Mahdi has a bachelor's degree in architecture which reflects in his artwork. After completing his formal education, he started out as an illustrator of short comics and soon thereafter, founded SalamComics. He works with a brilliant team of local illustrators producing exclusive products for his clients. Mahdi has devoted his life to building bridges between communities through the language of art.


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