Here are some sample illustrations from an upcoming book ‘The Night the Moon Split’ from (IIPH)
Islamic illustrations by me (Absar), my kids, and you too! If you would like us to display your illustrations here, send them to us at email@example.com and – if they’re good :o) – we’ll post them here for you insha Allah! (Don’t forget to mention your name and age!)
Here’s a beautifully colored Islamic Illustration by Huda Kazmi, 11, of a beduin girl and her horse running in the hot desert.
Alhumdulillah, my own book, ‘Jamal’s Bad-Time Tale’ has recently been published by IIPH (International Islamic Publishing House)! Here’s a sneak peak of the illustrations for all you Ahmad Family fans!
Some lovely Islamic ‘Happiness is…’ Illustrations by Absar Kazmi
Here’s an infographic I recently completed for a brother named Shakeel Romero who does a lot of great work ‘inspiring’ the youth!
Here’s a colorful Islamic Illustration by Yusra, Age 9, of three lively girls playing jump-rope in a field, but someone feels left out.
Huda Kazmi has drawn a bright illustration of a Muslim girl and her cat enjoying a swing in a lovely garden on a nice sunny day.
Aisha Khidher Adam from Nairobi, Kenya has drawn a nice Islamic illustration on how to perform Wudu (ablution).
On the 9th of Dhul-Hijjah, pilgrims go to Mount Arafat, also known as the Mountain of Mercy, from Mina. The Khutbah of Hajj is given and the pilgrims stay on the mountain the whole day, making Dua’a and praying to Allah for forgiveness of their sins.
Here’s a nice landscape illustration and coloring by Wardah Kazmi, age 6. Note the lovely shading! 🙂