Micrography (a Greek word that literally stands for micro-writing - "Μικρογραφία"), also called microcalligraphy, is a Jewish art form developed in the 9th century, with parallels in Christianity and Islam [1], utilizing minute Hebrew letters to form representational, geometric and abstract designs. Colored micrography is especially distinctive because these rare artworks are customarily rendered in black and white.

Of course, we just tried it! Good job, Sophies!

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