The 2019 Calendar

Andalusian Arts presents the 2019 edition: Twelve stunning images captured by world-class photographers of the spiritual tapestry of the Muslim world, coupled with the wisdom-words of scholar-saints such as Hafiz, Rumi and al-‘Alawi…a colorful glimpse into the living universe of traditional Islamic spirituality.

January :: Moscow2018-12-16T09:15:28+00:00
February – Sousse2018-12-16T09:16:58+00:00
March :: Doha2018-12-16T09:17:22+00:00
April :: Cairo2018-12-16T09:17:40+00:00
May :: Abu Dhabi2018-12-16T09:26:57+00:00
June :: Amman2018-12-16T09:19:23+00:00
July :: Telout2018-12-16T09:19:42+00:00
August :: Tamerza2018-12-16T09:21:54+00:00
September :: Marrakesh2018-12-16T09:20:19+00:00
October :: Karakoram2018-12-16T09:22:04+00:00
November :: Seville2018-12-16T09:26:49+00:00
December :: Jibal Atlas2018-12-16T09:26:53+00:00
“beautifully designed and produced … visually compelling, and the quotes inspiring”
Rochelle Kessler, IA County Museum of Art
“a calendar that will lift your heart and open your mind”
Robert Arndt, Editor, Aramco World
“this exquisite and elegant calendar reminds us of the breathtaking beauty and tranquility that typifies traditional Islam”
S. A. SCHLEIIFER, Director, Adham Center, American University in Cairo

About Us

Andalusian Arts is a producer of print and gift items for both the Islamic corporate and retail markets.

Our product line includes calendars, premium greeting cards, and commissioned prints. We offer customized product designs to embassies, corporations, and non-profits; these have been successfully used as fundraisers, purchase incentives, patron appreciation for non-profits, corporate giveaways, and as a component of a larger company branding strategy.

Our clientele/partners/retailers include: Borders Bookstores Inc.;; Partners West; TNT; Guidance Residential; the Intercontinental Hotel (Middle East); Forum Against Islamophobia and Racism (London); UMMA Community Clinic (Los Angeles); Averroes Academy (Chicago); the Marriott Hotel (Middle East); Astrolabe Islamic Media (N. Virginia); Islamic Society of North America (ISNA); and the Unity Center (Greater Michigan).

All photographs are protected by the indicated copyrights • “Longing for the Divine” © 2002–2019 Andalusian Arts, LLC • Produced by Mohamed Marei • Designed by Sohail Nakhooda • Additional design by Maher Yusuf • Special thanks to Hani Samman, Omar Samman, Zeina Shahzada, Nidal Al-Qudairi, Imad Nimer, and Anaya and Nafisa Marei

Islamic dates used throughout the calendar are based on the Umm-ul-Qura calendar, which has been accepted by the Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA), the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), and the European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR) • Holidays are based on data provided by Khalid Shaukat’s • Due to the nature of lunar calendars, actual dates may vary by one and, rarely, two days