Islamic art generally avoided figurative elements and geometric elements have come to the forefront. There are various reasons for this. Firstly, Islam emerged with the one god belief against the pagan idolater belief. Islam struggled with the traditional Pagan beliefs. Therefore, Islamic art kept figurative elements away because they will remind the pagan beliefs. Islam spread to three continents and reached a quite advanced level in areas such as science, astronomy, astrology, mathematics, and geometry. They reflected this progression to their art as well. On the other hand, numerology spread within the Islamic culture with scholars like Ibn Arabi and trends like Hurufism. They reflected the numerological, geometric, astrological information with geometric symbols and figures in many of the important work of art.
This design is a design that includes classic Islamic geometric art forms. It represents the order and harmony of the cosmos. Motifs were rearranged in order to obtain a decorative object and make them cuttable in modern cutting machines. It has been published in 7 different file formats which are vector, graphics, cad and printable formats in order to let them be used for various purposes. No automatic conversion carried out between the file formats. All of them drawn one by one and therefore they are smooth.
Sizes of Geometric Islamic Ornament Designs:
The diameter of the designs is 35 cm (13.8 inches)
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