Font Adds Dynamism To Arabic Typography

Font Adds Dynamism To Arabic Typography
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Design student adds dynamism, harmony, and sophistication to a standard Arabic font.

Plus Aziz
  • 16 august 2011

In the western world we are obsessed by fonts, Helvetica, Verdana, Times New Roman But non-Western fonts never seem to make it on our radar. Wadi is an arabic typeface developed by Central Saint Martins College student Dinah Merhej. Inspired by Naskh calligraphy, a foundational Arabic font commonly used for printing, the typeface is:

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