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Image MOR 0505 featuring fountain, in Fez, Morocco, showing Geometric Pattern using ceramic tiles, mosaic or pottery.

Image MOR 0505 featuring fountain, in Fez, Morocco, showing Geometric Pattern using ceramic tiles, mosaic or pottery.

Ahşap üstü Kalemişi-Semih İrteş. I'm not sure what this is but I love the design!♦♦

Ahşap üstü Kalemişi-Semih İrteş. I'm not sure what this is but I love the design!♦♦

Moroccan patterns || I like the pattern of the blue area but I think I'll make something else out of it. :P

Moroccan tiles - Arabic patterns - Instant Download - Set of 12 Paper - 12x12 inch - Digital Paper Pack - Scrapbook, Web design, Card making

Moroccan patterns || I like the pattern of the blue area but I think I'll make something else out of it. :P

Pattern in Islamic Art -“Form is symbolised by the square. Expansion is symbolised by the square with triangles pointing outwards (an 8-pointed star). Contraction is symbolised by the square with triangles pointing inwards (a 4-pointed star). The two star-shapes together symbolise the cycle of creation, ‘the breath of the compassionate.’ - Ian Alexander.  See more at: http://moroccandesign.com/eight-point-star#sthash.iwRSIs8i.dpuf

Pattern in Islamic Art -“Form is symbolised by the square. Expansion is symbolised by the square with triangles pointing outwards (an 8-pointed star). Contraction is symbolised by the square with triangles pointing inwards (a 4-pointed star). The two star-shapes together symbolise the cycle of creation, ‘the breath of the compassionate.’ - Ian Alexander. See more at: http://moroccandesign.com/eight-point-star#sthash.iwRSIs8i.dpuf

A higher ambition: Owen Jones (1809–74) - Victoria and Albert Museum Owen Jones, 'Designs for mosaics and tessellated pavements', 1842. Museum no. 8115:5

Owen Jones ( ) - Victoria and Albert Museum Owen Jones, " Os projetos para mosaicos e pavimentos de mosaico ' ,

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