Tifinagh calligraphy by Moulid, a great friend and extremely talented Amazigh artist from Taliouine (Morocco).

He uses traditional craft ink, natural saffron, grilled sheep hair soaked in water and industrial inks to realize his artworks. He also use various supports like cards, shoes, bags, dishes, towels, paper…

He has a studio in his hometown where he teaches Amazigh kids how to write using their own alphabet, his works are often exposed in Morocco and France and you can see more here.

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