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A-Touch-of-Henna

A Touch of Henna

د.إ 185

Henna is traditionally used for creating intricate designs on women’s hands and feet to express joy and happiness. With designs constantly changing, henna remains essential to celebrations and is associated with delightful moments.

By Rafiaa Hussain AlNassar @x.rophelia

Rafiaa Hussain is an illustrator with a bachelor degree in Fine Arts and a minor in Psychology. She has a passion for calligraphy and comic drawing. In her work, she explores social, cultural and personal topics like childhood and memories through multilayered artworks, using symbols and metaphors that could evoke different interpretations. While she has diverse styles, Rafiaa’s aesthetic approach often leans toward surrealism and storytelling.

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Al Burqua’a Blue

د.إ 185

This artwork was inspired by Al Burqua’a. Handcrafted of delicate fabric and worn over the face, this accessory is traditionally worn by married women. It provides modesty to women.

By Hend Almurid @hendsight

Hend Almurid is a self-taught artist from Dubai. She found her passion in drawing in childhood. She found her inspiration in cartoons that she used to watch when she was young. Hend has created her own distinctive style, easily identified among other designs.

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Al Burqua’a

Al Burqua’a Pink

د.إ 185

This artwork was inspired by Al Burqua’a. Handcrafted of delicate fabric and worn over the face, this accessory is traditionally worn by married women. It provides modesty to women.

By Hend Almurid @hendsight

Hend Almurid is a self-taught artist from Dubai. She found her passion in drawing in childhood. She found her inspiration in cartoons that she used to watch when she was young. Hend has created her own distinctive style, easily identified among other designs.

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Al Burqua’a Yellow

د.إ 185

This artwork was inspired by Al Burqua’a. Handcrafted of delicate fabric and worn over the face, this accessory is traditionally worn by married women. It provides modesty to women.

By Hend Almurid @hendsight

Hend Almurid is a self-taught artist from Dubai. She found her passion in drawing in childhood. She found her inspiration in cartoons that she used to watch when she was young. Hend has created her own distinctive style, easily identified among other designs.

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Animals of Arabian Gulf

د.إ 185

The Arabian oryx, the falcon, the camel, and the lizard are most common fauna representatives throughout the Middle East countries. Each of them symbolizes some special feature: the oryx – for beauty, the falcon – for courage and force, the camel – for endurance and toughness, the lizard – for renewal.

Original design by the LAMIS Arabian Treasures brand

Ghazal

Arabian Gazhal

د.إ 185

Arabian Gazelle (Gazhal) is known for it’s graceful appearance. It symbolizes beauty and grace while maintaining a strong subtle attractiveness. Ghazals are often used in Arabic poetry to emphasize female beauty and a strong will.

By Salama Al Nuaimi @salartspace

Salama Al Nuaimi is an interdisciplinary artist, children’s book illustrator and a visual arts educator from the UAE. She’s working with digital media and painting to create outstanding children’s illustrations and books. Her works aim to be calming, light-hearted, and often colorful.

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Arabic Letters Blue

د.إ 185

This artwork is inspired by the Arabic Alphabet. It is written from right to left in a cursive style and includes 28 letters. Most letters have contextual letterforms. In this artwork the letters are in hijāʾī order the one that is commonly used.

By Hend Almurid @hendsight

Hend Almurid is a self-taught artist from Dubai. She found her passion in drawing in childhood. She found her inspiration in cartoons that she used to watch when she was young. Hend has created her own distinctive style, easily identified among other designs.

Alphabet

Arabic Letters Green

د.إ 185

This artwork is inspired by the Arabic Alphabet. It is written from right to left in a cursive style and includes 28 letters. Most letters have contextual letterforms. In this artwork the letters are in hijāʾī order the one that is commonly used.

By Hend Almurid @hendsight

Hend Almurid is a self-taught artist from Dubai. She found her passion in drawing in childhood. She found her inspiration in cartoons that she used to watch when she was young. Hend has created her own distinctive style, easily identified among other designs.

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Arabic Letters Violet

د.إ 185

This artwork is inspired by the Arabic Alphabet. It is written from right to left in a cursive style and includes 28 letters. Most letters have contextual letterforms. In this artwork the letters are in hijāʾī order the one that is commonly used.

By Hend Almurid @hendsight

Hend Almurid is a self-taught artist from Dubai. She found her passion in drawing in childhood. She found her inspiration in cartoons that she used to watch when she was young. Hend has created her own distinctive style, easily identified among other designs.

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Arabica

د.إ 185

This scarf is a real collection of symbols associated with the Arabian world. Here there are both majestic architecture of the modern world, plant and under water motifs of the fine arts as well as a traditional concept of an Arabian woman’s beauty. Even the main color of the scarf leaves full scope for imagination: some will see sands of the Arabian desert in it, others will associate it with the traditional Arabic coffee, symbol of hospitality and generosity of all Arabians.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bak

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Atlantis

د.إ 185

The building of the Atlantis Hotel is one of the easily recognizable symbolic buildings of Dubai. The designer took its contours as the basis for the scarf. Against the magnificent architecture of Atlantis, mysterious and alluring underwater world is depicted. This is the world that you want to dive into, that you want to discover and that Atlantis itself invites you to with its well-known Aquarium.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bak

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Barjeel Buildings

د.إ 185

The Barjeel is a high rising wind-tower above the building’s roof that is open on four sizes to direct cooler breeze into the lower rooms of the building. It represents an authentic and an essential part of the Gulf region traditional architecture.

By Salama Al Nuaimi @salartspace

Salama Al Nuaimi is an interdisciplinary artist, children’s book illustrator and a visual arts educator from the UAE. She’s working with digital media and painting to create outstanding children’s illustrations and books. Her works aim to be calming, light-hearted, and often colorful.

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First spaceman

د.إ 185

A lot of attention is paid to the space research in the UAE. The design of the scarf is devoted to the first person from the UAE in space – Haza Ali Al Mansouri. He’s the first but not the last, a real national hero that all the country is proud of! The scarf is an excellent choice for those who are inspired by progress, innovations and achievements of the Middle East science and technology.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

Gulf Dolphins

د.إ 185

Arabian Gulf represents a vital part of the habitat of these amazing marine mammals. Wild dolphins are one of the most appreciated marine creatures in the Gulf.

No trip to the Gulf is complete without meeting friendly and intelligent dolphins in the wild. Explore the Persian Gulf and learn more about dolphins in their natural habitat. Experience an up-close look at these magnificent animals and keep the memory of this amazing meeting with the special souvenir – a designer scarf Gulf Dolphins from the Lamis brand.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

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Hamsa-color

Hamsa Blue

د.إ 185

The hamsa is a palm-shaped symbol historically used by Muslims in Arab countries as an amulet to ward off evil forces. It is an Arabic word that means “five”, “the five fingers of the hand” symbolizing the Hand of Fatima, the daughter of Muhammad.

Original design by the LAMIS Arabian Treasures brand

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Horses Passion

د.إ 185

The horse is one of those animals that Arabs are really passionate about. The horse symbolizes intelligence, wisdom, nobility, light, dynamic strength, agility, speed of thought, and time run. This is a typical symbol of fertility, courage and strong power in the culture of the Persian Gulf.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

Meeting Dolphins

د.إ 185

Swimming with dolphins is a must-have experience when visiting Gulf. Interacting with these fascinating social creatures is not just a fun, it’s all about the positive impact on one’s mental and physical being.

Have you been dreaming of swimming with a dolphin or riding it? Take the chance to make that wish come true and keep the memory of this bespoke experience with the special souvenir – the Meeting Dolphins designer scarf by Lamis.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

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Peacocks Purple

د.إ 185

There is a clear admiration of peacocks in the Middle East. In the Islamic world, the peacock is strongly associated with Paradise. Islamic folklore glorifies this bird as the one who started the Islamic tradition of prayer.

Original design by the LAMIS Arabian Treasures brand

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Seeds of Life

د.إ 185

The design of the scarf depicts Muslim kids in traditional for the Gulf region clothing and plants, fascinating the Islamic world throughout the history due to their origins in the arid climate of the Arabian Peninsula. Brought together in one design they symbolize growth, achievements, and self-love.

By Mariam Alobeidli @callmemariaam

Mariam Alobeidli, is an Emirati artist based in Sharjah. She owns a small business where she turns her art into products that people can use. Mariam is also the founder of Kadi’s Art Organization, that supports artists and all type of creators.

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Shemagh

Shemagh

د.إ 185

This artwork is inspired by the The Shemagh or Ghutra, the traditional Middle Eastern men’s headdress. Checkered red and white patterns are used for the ghutras in the Middle East countries. Ghutras were an adaptation that helped men survive the hot desert climate protecting them against the sun and the dust.

By Hend Almurid @hendsight

Hend Almurid is a self-taught artist from Dubai. She found her passion in drawing in childhood. She found her inspiration in cartoons that she used to watch when she was young. Hend has created her own distinctive style, easily identified among other designs.

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Ship of the Desert

د.إ 185

It is impossible to imagine the desert without camels. This unique, unpretentious, persistent animal embodies all the qualities necessary for survival in the desert. It is a symbol of power and dignity, vitality and endurance.

The camel is not only an indispensable companion of everyday life in the history of the Arab people, but also the hero of legends, the basis for metaphors in Arab culture. The designer of this scarf tried to convey what the beauty of the desert looks like through the spectacle of the Arab heritage.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

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Space Beauty

د.إ 185

The news about the UAE’s first female astronaut going to conquer the space inspired the artist to create the design of this scarf. The scarf depicts the mind and the strength of a woman as well as numerous national symbols of the UAE. It aims to raise a woman’s spirits: “Be a woman who is not afraid to do what she wants to do. Be a woman who takes risks to achieve her goals. But still be a woman: inspiring and bringing beauty into this universe”.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

Bakhmullaeva Luiza is a self-taught portrait painter from Azerbaijan, a designer of children’s toys as well as a wall painter and decorator. She has been fond of art since her early childhood. After a while this hobby turned into her favorite occupation. Nowadays, space and undersea world are two main topics of the artist’s works.

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The Living Desert

د.إ 185

The camel is a popular symbol of the desert life usually associated with lack of plants and flowers. Calotropis Procera with purple blossom is one of rare representatives of the Middle East fauna that grow even in the desert. Central yellow flower called Tribulus Omanese is the national flower of the UAE.

By Mohammad Abdullah AlHuraiz @asatiir.art

Mohammad Abdullah AlHuraiz is a game developer, story writer and long-time artist who uses pixel art as an art medium. His pixel art revolves around triangular pixels that give different perspectives and sharper outlines.

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Through the Eye of the Desert

د.إ 185

The cultural part of the old Arabic world is hiding in this scarf: the sunny blue sky above the dry dessert, the flow of water needed to brings life, the hand of tolerance and acceptance, the living dream wrapped in modesty of the Abaya, and our core mark of hospitality – a handmade coffee.

By Noor Alkatheeri @noor_alkatheeri

Noor Alkatheeri is a professional artist. She’s a children’s books illustrator and is always open to new artistic opportunities. In her art she strives to correspond her name’s meaning (Noor means ‘light’) and to send light through her drawings.

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Whales

د.إ 185

Whales are a real mystery of nature. Their unreal size symbolizes its power. It is their strength and power that can be compared with the strength of the Middle East world, which is constantly changing and rapidly developing.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

Woman and Horse

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If the horse depicted on this scarf symbolizes intellect, wisdom and strength of power, then the woman complements it with her natural warmth and harmony. This is a story about the balance of opposites: love of freedom and humility, obstinacy and softness. This is a story about love, tenderness and beauty.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

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Woman in Jungles

د.إ 185

Did you know that the vast desert occupying much of the Arabian Peninsula used to be lush jungles about 7000 years ago? In the course of history lush palm jungles changed for modern jungles of the Gulf megacities. Depicted in this scarf as the embodiment of the nature itself, a woman with her inborn grace and natural softness as if inflates life in these modern jungles filling them with her overwhelming beauty and tenderness.

By Bakhmullaeva Luiza @louisa.bakh

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Zakrafa

Zakrafa

د.إ 185

Intricate flowers and gold Islamic geometry embellishments of the scarf repeat adornments of the walls of the world-known Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi. This artwork brings together spiritual, physical, and symbolic presentation of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque.

By Zainab Alhashemi @zoemii_

Zainab Alhashemi is an emerging, self-taught artist in Abudhabi. Her artworks can be described as diverse, detailed paintings that are mostly done traditionally using the colors of her unique palette. Her works often references UAE culture and explore the various relationships between tradition and fine art.