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‘Where to in Such a Hurry’ depicts Persian calligraphy

ifilm series ‘Where to in Such a Hurry’ has impressive opening credits showing an Iranian artisan writing the name of the show in Persian calligraphy.

ifilm series ‘Where to in Such a Hurry’ has stunning opening credits showing an Iranian artisan writing the name of the show in Persian calligraphy.

Persian calligraphy is the calligraphy of the Persian language known as one of the most revered arts throughout the history of Iran.

The deliberate pace of writing and the slow twisting and turning of the pen that modulates each stork feature Persian calligraphy. 

The glorious art has remained one of the most expressive forms of aesthetic refinement in Persian culture to this day. remains one of the most expressive forms of aesthetic refinement in Persian culture to this day. Iranian Calligraphic Styles, such as Taliq, Nastaliq, Naskh, Thulth, Reqa, Towqi, Shekasteh, Kufic and some other decorative scripts, look charming and cultivate a taste for ascetics and design in every viewer.

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