NAZARLI is a company I set up recentely. NAZARLI offers you stylish, elegant, simple interior decor items designed with respect to Islamic artistic tradition.
So I start with handmade decorative plates. High quality tableware made in England is on its way. Then it is going to be hand printed home textiles and lighting. Really looking forward to it and very excited! Hope you too)))))))
Mosaics as a traditional art technique represents the fundamental principle of the universe – unity in diversity. All creatures consist of cells; cells from molecules, molecules from atoms, and the atom is a basic unit of matter. So the principle … Continue reading →
Came across a nice drawing in my geometry workbook. Thought it might look interesting on fabrics. The constructions starts from seven intersected circles – one is in the middle and six around it. This composition is called flower of creation … Continue reading →
These flowers are actually Uzbek. My friend asked me to draw a flower, probably a poppy, from an embroidered fabrics she liked very much. I made it in Illustrator. Figured out how to place flowers within a square, then realised … Continue reading →
Came across a picture of a lovely plate made by Islamic masters of Mawarannahr in 10th century. Most likely the flowers depicted were roses because of a tiny spiral in the middle. I like roses and they remind me of English gardens. So I draw the bouquet motif in Illustrator and used my English garden colour palette. As a result I’ve got a design for, lets say a wallpaper, and a couple of border designs.