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Freedom Of Creation’s Font Developed For Rapid Prototyping

Freedom Of Creation’s Font Developed For Rapid Prototyping
Arts & Culture

The Kashida font blends Latin and Arabic letterforms and was created specifically to be formed into physical shape by 3D printers.

Naresh Kumar
  • 9 december 2010

Product design company Freedom Of Creation (FOC) is offering a unique customized product on its site — any personal text rendered in a newly created 3D font and sculpted in physical form by FOC’s 3D printers. The Kashida font blends Latin and Arabic letterforms and was developed by designers Yara Khoury and Melle Hammer.

Freedom Of Creation

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