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  Fuad Kouichi Honda, a renowned Japanese artist and Arabic calligrapher, once described the Qur’an as “music without sound.” For him, the Qur’an's verses are more than just static words on a page; they are moving expressions of life itself. For instance, the essence of life could be captured in a single word: water. This sentiment is reflected in his art, which bridges the gap between Islamic art and Japanese aesthetics. Each color, each curve, and each variation in thickness…