By Axios Staff / January 30, 2018 2:15 p.m.
It was the Holy Quran that came first to my mind, and I’m still not sure how to categorize it.
The Quran is a literal text, with no interpretation or commentary, and its story is told through images.
But how do you tell a story in pictures?
And what if you have no idea how to interpret the images?
This is where you come in, a friend of mine who is an art historian by trade.
He is a member of a group of scholars who help interpret and translate the Quran and other holy books into images.
The group is called the Quran Visual Studies Project.
We’re using the Quran’s holy text to make art, and in doing so, we are sharing our art.
It is a long-running project, and the group has been in existence for nearly a decade.
The first exhibition of the group took place in April 2018 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
The group is made up of scholars from various fields, including film and art, history and medicine, religion and politics, art and history, and linguistics and religion.
The members work together to create the visualizations they use in their research.
The main task of the Quran visual studies project is to translate the Holy Quranic text into images that are easy to read.
The scholars use Photoshop and other software to do this.
Each of the images that the Quran scholars use to illustrate their stories has an accompanying story that can be understood in a way that makes sense to those who understand the text.
The story is not written in stone; it is a translation of the Holy Prophet Muhammad’s words, sometimes called the koran, in which Allah says the words of wisdom and peace to all mankind.
The images, each of which is about three to five feet long, have a large, gold ornaments on top of them.
The stories tell us how the Holy Messenger of Allah said and did what was good and right.
The words and images that we see on these gold oraments are translated from Arabic and then transcribed into the language of the viewer.
The text on the images is often referred to as the Quran.
Quran Visuals are a collaboration between the Quran Studies Project and a group called the Islamic Museum of London, which is run by the Islamic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
The Islamic Museum is a non-profit museum dedicated to the history of Islam, which it was founded in 1892.
The mission of the Islamic Center is to foster, promote, and preserve the rich heritage of Islam in the U.K. The museum also houses a variety of Islamic art, from Islamic pottery to Islamic furniture.
The Islam Museum has also created the Quran Visionary Project, which focuses on the visualization of the text of the holy book.
The Quranic Visuals project was formed in 2016.
When I started the project, the Quran was the most important source of information for me.
It informed my thoughts about life, my relationships with my family, and how to deal with my pain and my grief.
I used the Quran to help me understand what was important in my life, to make sense of my world, and to figure out how to get by in it.
Now, when I think of how important the Quran is to me, it is easy to forget that I had not read the Quran until I started my visual studies.
I’m excited to see what the Quran will teach me about the future of humanity.