Saudi plastic artist, professional calligrapher and researcher in Arabic calligraphy, born in 1382 AH. He participated in many exhibitions of Arabic calligraphy and plastic art inside and outside the Kingdom. He held his first personal exhibition in 1416 AH titled “The Seven Pendants and Hangers of Arabic Calligraphy”, then his second personal exhibition in 1435 AH in an abstract hall in Riyadh entitled “And the love is a glorious letter”. For the interest of those interested in his artistic experience, it was praised by many critics from the Kingdom and the Arab world. His works have also been exhibited in many cities and capitals of the world, and he participated in many exhibitions of Arabic calligraphy and plastic art inside and outside the Kingdom. It has holdings with a number of princes, businessmen and official bodies, including: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of the Interior, the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, the King Abdul Aziz Foundation and his men, Samba Bank and many private sector companies in the Kingdom. About his works, plastic critic Dr. Hakim Abbas wrote: What distinguishes Al-Ajlan's works is the intertwining and intertwining of letters and free blocks ... a dynamic, moving and continuous magic tangle that goes beyond the physical boundaries of the painting, so that he completes the movement and magical entanglement in another painting and then another, and all Once he thinks that he may reach the night after a thousand, or the hanging after seven, or the last page in the Book of Sand and it does not arrive and the morning does not realize it, so it starts over.