Nuyork Arabic was designed to emphasize the individual Arabic letter visual traditional characteristics.
Including 5 weights, it was designed with both text and display applications in mind. This font is intended to produce virtually cursive texts without eliminating the clarity or look-and-feel of the individual Arabic letters. Offering glyphs for the full Extended Arabic Unicode Standards 6. Careful design considerations were given to make sure that composed Arabetic text is visually prominent and stands well next to Latin.
To ensure legibility in all sizes, vertical strokes are emphasized when possible, while utilizing multiple x-heights to give a traditional Arabian look. For the first time -back in a contemporary Arabic equivalent to a comprehensive DIN series of fonts was available.
In fact, this set of fonts contains the most complete and powerful array of Arabic features commercially today. It comes in eight weights and includes Latin. It is also enhanced with 30 advanced OpenType features and kerning for all languages.
NaNa Arabic is a new creation of Naghi Naghashian. This innovation is a contribution to the modern Arabic fonts, giving the font design of Arabic letters real typographic arrangement and providing greater typographic flexibility. This step was necessary after more than two hundred years of relative stagnation in Arabic writing style. It also includes proportional and tabular numerals for the supported languages.
The design of this font family is inspired by two classic scripts: Kufic and Naskh. It comes in 5 different weights ranging from Light to Heavy which extends its usage capabilities considerably. The design is mono-linear and with the typical geometric construction associated with the Kufi style. Its usage can vary from headlines to logos to packaging. Given its large counters, it can function quite well in very small sizes too. Its pattern is quite homogenous, so it is not recommended to use this for whole paragraphs.
The character set supports Arabic, Persian, and Urdu and also includes Basic Latin letters font styles. Sahan Arabic Font. Arabic Bold Font.
Calligraphy Arabic Fonts. Aceh Darusalam Font. Bustan Font. Afarat Ibn Blady Arabic Font. The font style also resembles early video games. Download Bahij Myriad Arabic Font The alphabets are distinct and spaced out, the script looks legible. And the text can be read easily from a distance. The font has been designed in such a manner so that the resemblance is prominent. Download Sheba Font This font is a unique blend of classic and contemporary, the font style has a lot of alphabets, which resemble Latin alphabets.
Use this non-cursive Arabic font for your creative headlines, titles, or logos. Available in a single weight with geometric structures and smooth, rounded edges, this typeface is as practical as it is beautiful. Download Enferad. Thanks to the beauty of its brush-pen lettering combined with the traditional features of Arabic calligraphy, you are sure to dazzle audiences, too! Download Ebhaar. Working on publications, web, or print projects?
Then make a statement using this typeface that boldly merges geometric structures with traditional penmanship for a vivid look. Download Zahey. Available in three styles Regular, Slant, and Joined-Dots , try this versatile typeface in web, ads, and print projects. Download Makeen. Sometimes, you just need a friendly font that also looks good on logos, headlines, infographics, and more. Choose this typeface when you want something casual yet usable. The distinguishing features of Naskh script include relatively compressed letter shapes, a slight leftward lean of the text, and hooking upward strokes.
Lasting from to , the Ottoman Empire at its height controlled territory from modern-day Algeria in the west to Basra in the east, and stretched as far north into Europe as Hungary. With its capitol in Constantinople, the Ottoman Empire united much of a fragmented Islamic world and thus exerted a centralizing force on Arabic and its writing system.
During the Ottoman Empire, several new types of Arabic script emerged that can be considered the direct ancestors of many contemporary Arabic fonts.
As its name suggests, the Diwani or Divani script was developed at the Ottoman royal court in the 16th century. Unlike the largely religious usage of Thuluth and Naskh, Diwani was mainly used for producing political and bureaucratic documents. These included proclamations, land titles, endowments, correspondence, official seals etc.
The most notable features of the linkage of letters that are not ordinarily connected in Arabic and the upward slope of the lines. The writing was highly ornamented, with blank space being filled in with ornamental flourishes.