From the Isfahan Royal Mosque in Iran, built in the 1600s. It’s on UNESCO’s list of world heritages.
These two images show the same text, afaik The top one is a square kufi. More info here. Made by Wan Lutfi.
Poster for photo exhibition The Implosive Mosaic by Neil Hester in Copenhagen, 1996. Looks like a kufic script in the bottom…?
In 1876 these patterns were bought from Tehran to be used for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. These square kufic, and the ones at the bottom symbolize Ali, Muhammad and Ali. Each written four times.
More at kufic.info