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Adnan M. Ghilbishi

Designer o the Arabic / Kurdish font K_hjmearok (1997). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Wood
[Large Unicode fonts]

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Arabic script

The Arabic script is used for the following languages: Arabic, Farsi (the official language of Iran), Jawi (the Arabic alphabet for Malay used until the 17th century), Kurdish, Pashto (the official language of Afghanistan), Sindhi (an Indo-Aryan language with about 9 million speakers in the south-eastern province of Sind in Pakistan and in India) and Urdu (the official language of Pakistan); it can also be used for Punjabi (which is spoken in Pakistan and the Indian state of Panjab, but only in Pakistan is it written using Arabic script). It is cursive, caseless, and written right-to-left. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dylan Salih

Designer of a family of Kurdish typefaces called K Dylan. These include K-Dylan-Apo, KDylanArdalanWeb, KDylanBabanWeb, KDylanBotanWeb, KDylanKurdiWeb, KDylanMukrianWeb, and KDylanSoranWeb. Full fonts for 100USD from KurdSoft. Download here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ernst Tremel

Ernst Tremel s based in Muenster, Germany. He designed a Devanagari font called ShiDeva that includes a "volt" table and many ligatures. His pages also cover Tamil, and one can download the ETTamilNew font. He also has a Kurdish font, as well as maps about the Kurds and about Indian languages. About the Kurdish font, he writes: Kurdish AllAlphabets contains 694 glyphs and 529 standard kern pairs: Latin, Cyrillic and Arabic script. There are OpenType tables for Arabic and embedded bitmaps included.

He joined the Open Font Library movement. He offers Ahuramazda there, which is an alphabet for the Avestan language: Avestan was an Iranian language in which the earliest Zoroastrian hymns were orally transmitted since 1500 BCE. Due to lingusitic change, fluency in Avestan as spoken a thousand years earlier was deteorating, and hence the need to write the language became increasingly apparent. By the 3rd century CE an alphabet was created to write down the ancient Avestan language.

OFL link. Alternate URL. And another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hasan Abu Afash
[Hiba Studio]

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Hemin Ahmad Rasool

Irbil, Iraq-based designer of the monoline Kurdish font Qshtoka (2014). Free download. Earlier he made a series of 32 Arabic / Kurdish typefaces called Kazhin 1 through Kazhin 32 (2014). Free download. See also here.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hiba Studio
[Hasan Abu Afash]

Arabic typography web site and font foundry established in 2007 by Hasan Abu Afash, an Arab designer living in Gaza/Palestine. Typefaces: HS Alwajd (2016), HS Almajd (2016), HS Rahaf (2015, covering Pashtu, Persian, Urdu, Kurdish Sorani, Kurdish Kirmanji, and Arabic), HS Alnada (2015, kufi), HS Headline (a fat calligraphic didone display typeface by Gunnlaugur Briem (Latin) and Hasan Abu Afash (Arabic, based on the simple lines of Naskh calligraphy), HS Ali (2015; designed using equal amounts of anger and sorrow, Hasan writes: HS Ali was designed in memoriam of my brother---Ali Abu Afash who was martyred during the last aggression on Gaza in summer 2014HS Alhuda (2014, Kufi font), HS Almaha (2014: this font combines the features of linear Naskh and modern Kufi), HS Almidad (2014), HS Ishraq (2013), HS Alkitab (2013), HS Albadr (2013), HS Almohandis (2007-2011, Arabic display face), HS Alhandasi (2007 and 2011), Hasan AlQuds family (2004, a display typeface done with Mamoun Sakkal), Hasan Hiba, Hasan Enas (Arabic text typeface), Hasan Elham (2006, a modern Kufi art deco face), Hasan Ghada (2007-2008, based on modern Kufi calligraphy--first known in 2002 as KactTitle), Hasan Manal (2008, Kufi style), Hasan Aya (2007, Kufi style famaily based on Corel's 1992 typeface Bedrock), Kouffi Fatemic, Safwat, HS Amal. In 2008, Hasan Hiba and Hasan Noor (a classic squarish Kufi face) were upgraded to the DecoType font format for use in WinSoft Tasmeem which is now bundled with InDesign CS4---thanks to a cooperation with Mirjam Somers. Still with Somers, he upgraded the Basim Marah display typeface (2008) for Tasmeem. Basim Marah was drawn by Basim Salem Al Mahdi from Iraq and then digitized by Hasan himself. The same year, Hasan developed an OpenType project for Alinma TheSans fonts which are based on TheMix Arabic (designed by Luc(as) de Groot and Mouneer ElShaarani for Al Inma Bank, Saudi Arabia). Later he developed the OpenType features for Jumeirah Arabic which was designed by Pascal Zoghbi (29letters) and Huda AbiFares (Khatt) for Jumeirah International, UAE. He developed the OpenType layout features needed for the Arabic script system in the Seria Arabic fonts family which was designed by Pascal Zoghbi for FontShop International, as well as the Chams fonts family which was designed by Al Mohtaraf Assaudi for the redesign of the Shams Newspaper in Saudi Arabia and the Arajhi fonts for Alrajhi Bank. Since 2002 Hasan has worked and collaborated with Mamoun Sakkal in several projects, such as the Burj Dubai Shilia project, Sakkal Baseet and the Microsoft project which included the updating of the OpenType instructions for fonts such as Tahoma, Microsoft Sans Serif (1997), Arial, Times New Roman, Segoe, Courier, Time New Roman, Ms Uighur and Majalla UI. In 2009-2010, he cooperated with Parachute to make DIN Text Arabic.

Releases in 2012 include HS Future Sans (with Abdulsamie Rajab Salem), HS Amal, HS Alfaris, HS Al Basim A, and HS Almohandis.

Typefaces from 2013: HS Alwafa, HS Masrawy (a display typeface done with Abdulsamiea Rajab Salem), HS Elham (Kufi).

Behance link. MyFonts link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

International Systems Consultancy

Creators of Kurdish Web (1998), a font for Kurdish. Also, free ParsNegarII fonts for all platforms, and in Persian, Arabic and Urdu flavors. ISC stands for International Systems Consultancy. Web fonts subpage. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Irmug.org

The free XW Zar fonts collection of Opentype Arabic fonts made in 2007 by Irmug.org covers Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Dari, Pashto, Uzbek, Kurdish, old (Ottoman) and new Turkish (Roman) languages with Open Type and Apple Advanced Typography technology support. These include XBKayhan-Bold, XBKayhan-BoldItalic, XBKayhan-Italic, XBKayhan, XBKayhanNavaar, XBKayhanPook, XBKayhanSayeh, XBKhoramshahr-Bold, XBKhoramshahr-BoldItalic, XBKhoramshahr-Italic, XBKhoramshahr-Oblique, XBKhoramshahr-ObliqueBold, XBKhoramshahr, XBNiloofar-Bold, XBNiloofar-BoldItalic, XBNiloofar-Italic, XBNiloofar, XBRiyaz-Bold, XBRiyaz-BoldItalic, XBRiyaz-Italic, XBRiyaz, XBRoya-Bold, XBRoya-BoldItalic, XBRoya-Italic, XBRoya, XBShafigh-Bold, XBShafigh-BoldItalic, XBShafigh-Italic, XBShafigh, XBShafighKurd-Bold, XBShafighKurd-BoldItalic, XBShafighKurd-Italic, XBShafighKurd, XBShafighUzbek-Bold, XBShafighUzbek-BoldItalic, XBShafighUzbek-Italic, XBShafighUzbek, XBShiraz-Bold, XBShiraz-BoldItalic, XBShiraz-Italic, XBShiraz, XBSols-Bold, XBSols-BoldItalic, XBSols-Italic, XBSols, XBTabriz-Bold, XBTabriz-BoldItalic, XBTabriz-Italic, XBTabriz, XBTitre-Italic, XBTitre, XBTitreShadow-Italic, XBTitreShadow, XBYagut-Bold, XBYagut-BoldItalic, XBYagut-Italic, XBYagut, XBYas-Bold, XBYas-BoldItalic, XBYas-Italic, XBYas, XBZar-Bold, XBZar-BoldItalic, XBZar-Italic, XBZar-Oblique, XBZar-ObliqueBold, XBZar, XMTraffic-Bold, XMTraffic-BoldItalic, XMTraffic-Italic, XMTraffic, XMVahid-Bold, XMVahid-BoldItalic, XMVahid-Italic, XMVahid, XMYermook-Bold, XMYermook-BoldItalic, XMYermook-Italic, XMYermook, XPVosta-Bold, XPVosta-BoldItalic, XPVosta-Italic, XPVosta, XPZiba-Bold, XPZiba-BoldItalic, XPZiba-Italic, XPZiba.

Later, an X Series 2 was published under the name XB Zar. These free fonts were specially designed with the web in mind. The collection includes XBKayhan-Bold, XBKayhan-BoldItalic, XBKayhan-Italic, XBKayhan, XBKayhanNavaar, XBKayhanPook, XBKayhanSayeh, XBKhoramshahr-Bold, XBKhoramshahr-BoldItalic, XBKhoramshahr-Italic, XBKhoramshahr-Oblique, XBKhoramshahr-ObliqueBold, XBKhoramshahr, XBNiloofar-Bold, XBNiloofar-BoldItalic, XBNiloofar-Italic, XBNiloofar, XBRiyaz-Bold, XBRiyaz-BoldItalic, XBRiyaz-Italic, XBRiyaz, XBRoya-Bold, XBRoya-BoldItalic, XBRoya-Italic, XBRoya, XBShafigh-Bold, XBShafigh-BoldItalic, XBShafigh-Italic, XBShafigh, XBShafighKurd-Bold, XBShafighKurd-BoldItalic, XBShafighKurd-Italic, XBShafighKurd, XBShafighUzbek-Bold, XBShafighUzbek-BoldItalic, XBShafighUzbek-Italic, XBShafighUzbek, XBShiraz-Bold, XBShiraz-BoldItalic, XBShiraz-Italic, XBShiraz, XBSols-Bold, XBSols-BoldItalic, XBSols-Italic, XBSols, XBTabriz-Bold, XBTabriz-BoldItalic, XBTabriz-Italic, XBTabriz, XBTitre-Italic, XBTitre, XBTitreShadow-Italic, XBTitreShadow, XBYagut-Bold, XBYagut-BoldItalic, XBYagut-Italic, XBYagut, XBYas-Bold, XBYas-BoldItalic, XBYas-Italic, XBYas, XBZar-Bold, XBZar-BoldItalic, XBZar-Italic, XBZar-Oblique, XBZar-ObliqueBold, XBZar, XMTraffic-Bold, XMTraffic-BoldItalic, XMTraffic-Italic, XMTraffic, XMVahid-Bold, XMVahid-BoldItalic, XMVahid-Italic, XMVahid, XMYermook-Bold, XMYermook-BoldItalic, XMYermook-Italic, XMYermook, XPVosta-Bold, XPVosta-BoldItalic, XPVosta-Italic, XPVosta, XPZiba-Bold, XPZiba-BoldItalic, XPZiba-Italic, XPZiba. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kurd IT Group

Developers of the first OpenType fully Unicode compliant table for the Kurdish language. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kurd Net

Used to have 112 Kurdish truetype fonts. Still has these fonts: Zanest-_-Zakho, Zanest-_-Dyar-Bakr, Zanest-_-Ghlbish, Zanest-_-Govar, Zanest-_-nzarky, Zanest-_-Dohuk-Sahifa, Zanest-_-Dewany-Mzakhrif, Zanest-_-Hawlear, Zanest-_-Sarsink, Zanest-_-Hawlear2, Zanest-_-Hrory-Holl, Zanest-_-Maten, Zanest-_-Roqaa-normal, Zanest-_-Saidava, Zanest-_-Spna. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kurdit Group

Free Kurdish fonts from 2002 by Kurdit Group: Unikurd-Digital, Unikurd-Ezmer, zkurd-aras, Unikurd-Goran, Unikurd-Goran, Unikurd-Nali, Unikurd-Naske, Unikurd-Qandil, Unikurd-Hiwa, Unikurd-Roonak, Unikurd-Chimen, Unikurd-Hejar, Unikurd-Kamran, Unikurd-Magroon, Unikurd-Midya, Unikurd-penos, Unikurd-Sirwan, Unikurd-Tishk, Unikurd-Kale, Unikurd-Hana, Unikurd-Hemen, Unikurd-Jino, Unikurd-Kawe, Unikurd-Koch, Unikurd-Mestan, Unikurd-Peshiw, Unikurd-Rawanduz, Unikurd-Reyhan, Unikurd-Siber, Unikurd-Seyran, Unikurd-Tewar, Unikurd-Xezal, Unikurd-Yadgar, Unikurd-Shilan, Unikurd-Xani, Unikurd-Xatoon, Zkurd-Siamend, zkurd-Wllat, zkurd-ali.M. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Large Unicode fonts
[Alan Wood]

Alan Wood lists and discusses the main free Unicode fonts. As of 2010, these include:

  • AbRomanSerif (3805 glyphs, Language Geek).
  • Alphabetum (5444 glyphs, by Juan José Marcos). For classical and mediaeval Latin, classical Greek, Coptic, Old and Middle English, and Sanskrit, but also includes characters for most Latin-based European languages and Esperanto.
  • Andika Basic (838 glyphs, SIL).
  • Andron Scriptor Web (1600 glyphs, Medieval Unicode Fiont Initiative).
  • Arev Sans (2851 glyphs, arev Fonts): based on Bitstream Vera Sans.
  • Arial (3381 glyphs, Microsoft).
  • Arial Unicode MS (50377 glyphs, Microsoft). Supplied with Microsoft Office 2002 (XP) and Microsoft Office 2003.
  • Berling Antiqua (842 glyphs).
  • Caslon (3551 glyphs, George Williams).
  • Charis SIL (4661 glyphs, SIL) .
  • Chrysanthi Unicode (4383 glyphs) .
  • CN-Arial (3069 glyphs, Chan-Nguyen).
  • CN-Times (2866 glyphs, Chan-Nguyen).
  • Code2000 (63546 glyphs, James Kass).
  • Courier New (3151 glyphs). Supplied with Microsoft Windows Vista.
  • DejaVu Sans (5466 glyphs). Based on Bitstream Vera Sans.
  • DejaVu Sans Condensed (5466 glyphs).
  • DejaVu Sans Mono (3169 glyphs). Based on Bitstream Vera Sans Mono.
  • DejaVu Serif (3064 glyphs). Based on Bitstream Vera Serif.
  • DejaVu Serif Condensed (3064 glyphs).
  • Dialekt Uni (1400 glyphs). Mainly for phoentics.
  • Doulos SIL (4661 glyphs, SIL).
  • e-PhonTranslit UNI (684 glyphs). Supplied withthe Indolipi package.
  • EversonMono (6396 glyphs, Michael Everson).
  • Fixedsys Excelsior 3.01 (5993 glyphs).
  • Free Idg Serif (6256 glyphs).
  • Free Monospaced (2560 glyphs).
  • Free Sans (3999 glyphs).
  • Free Serif (7971 glyphs).
  • Frutiger Linotype (840 glyphs, Linotype). Supplied with Microsoft Reader.
  • Gandhari Unicode (2265 glyphs, Andrew Glass). Designed for romanisation of Sanskrit and Gandhari.
  • Garava (1319 glyphs, Michael Best).
  • Gentium (1699 glyphs, Victor Gaultney, SIL).
  • GentiumAlt (1699 glyphs, Victor Gaultney, SIL).
  • Hindsight Unicode (2894 glyphs, Darren Rigby).
  • jGaramond (1849 glyphs).
  • Junicode (3096 glyphs, Peter S. Baker). Intended for mediaevalists.
  • Kliment Std (2849 glyphs, Kodeks).
  • Kurdish AllAlphabets (694 glyphs, Ernst Tremel). Intended for Kurdish.
  • LeedsUni (2976 glyphs, Alec McAllister).
  • Legendum (1151 glyphs).
  • Linux Biolinum O (2418 glyphs, Libertine Open Fonts Project).
  • Linux Libertine O (2432 glyphs, Libertine Open Fonts Project).
  • Lucida Bright (1402 glyphs). Supplied with Java Runtime 1.4.2.
  • Lucida Grande (2826 glyphs). Supplied with Apple - Safari 3 Public Beta.
  • Lucida Sans (Java) (2929 glyphs). Supplied with Java Runtime 1.4.2.
  • Lucida Sans (Star Office) (2094 glyphs). Supplied with Sun’s StarOffice 5.2 for Windows.
  • Lucida Sans Typewriter (Java) (1376 glyphs). Supplied with Java Runtime 1.4.2.
  • Lucida Sans Typewriter (Star Office) (1142 glyphs). Supplied with Sun's StarOffice 5.2 for Windows.
  • Lucida Sans Unicode (1779 glyphs). Supplied with Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Marin (3566 glyphs).
  • MD King KhammuRabi (1296 glyphs, Michael Davodian). Mainly for Assyrian, Aramaic, Caldean, Soryoyo, Ashoraya.
  • Microsoft Sans Serif (1997) (3053 glyphs, Microsoft). Supplied with Windows Vista. Version 1.41 (2301 characters, 2257 glyphs) was supplied with Windows XP SP2. Version 1.02 (1090 glyphs) was supplied with Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
  • Minion Pro (1663 glyphs, Adobe). Supplied with Adobe Reader 7.
  • Monospace (2862 glyphs, George Williams).
  • MPH 2B Damase (2895 glyphs, Mark Williamson).
  • MS Reference Sans Serif (1193 glyphs). Supplied with Microsoft Encarta.
  • MS Reference Serif (1135 glyphs). Supplied with Microsoft Encarta.
  • Myriad Pro (834 glyphs, Adobe). Supplied with Adobe Reader 7.
  • Quivira (7742 glyphs, Alexander Lange).
  • Reader Sans (1291 glyphs).
  • RomanCyrillic Std (3450 glyphs, Kodeks). Also known as CampusRoman Std.
  • Roman Unicode (3923 glyphs).
  • Rupakara (394 glyphs, Michael Everson).
  • Summersby (1010 glyphs).
  • Tahoma (3301 glyphs, Microsoft). Supplied with Microsoft Windows Vista.
  • Thryomanes (1472 glyphs, Herman Miller). Mainly for old Greek.
  • Times New Roman (3380 glyphs). Supplied with Microsoft Windows Vista. Version 2.82 (1170 characters) was supplied with Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
  • TITUS Cyberbit Basic (10044 glyphs).
  • Verajja (1264 glyphs, Michael Best).
  • Verdana (911 glyphs, Microsoft). Supplied with Microsoft Windows Vista. Version 2.35 (680 characters) was supplied with Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
Suppliers of commercial Unicode fonts: [Google] [More]  ⦿

Linotype: Arabic

Arabic typefaces in the Linotype library: AlHarf AlJadid (a black titling font by Ismet Chanbour, 1985), Hassan (H. Sidahmed, 1993), Hisham (Ahmed Maged, 1993), Karim (Tim Holloway, 1994, in a generic Naskh style), Qalmi (a Nastaaliq font with horizontal stress), Lotus (Linotype staff, 1978; classic Ottoman Naskh book style font with extra glyphs for Kurdish, Farsi and Jawi), Maged (Linotype staff, 1956, 1987), Mariam (a modern headline font by Ismet Chanbour, 1992), Mofid Mahdi (Mofid Mahdi, 1985), Nazanin (Linotype staff, 1978; this was first called Haghighi), Qadi (Linotype staff, 1985, under the direction of Walter Tracy), Yakout (Linotype staff, 1911), Ahmed (simplified face, early 80s), Ahmed Outline, Amer (originally designed for dry transfer and licensed from Lettera Arabica; redrawn by Adrian Williams and then digitized; published in 1992), Badr (traditional Naskh style, early 70s), Jalal (1977), Kufi (Georges Dib, 1987), Kufi Outline (Linotype staff), Mitra (partially based on the Persian Naskh style, 70s). LinotypePideNashi is an Arabic simulation font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nizar Design

Arabic typefoundry and design studio in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq. In 2016, they created the font families Nizar Art, Niar web serveroff, Nizar BBC Kurdish, nizar Flat, and Nizar Alhurra. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

ParsNegar

Dead link. Commercial pack of 16 Kurdish fonts: Abadan, Alborz, Anzali, Astara, Esfahan, Gorgan, Khorasan, Pasargard, Perspolis, Ramsar, Shiraz, Sistan, Tabriz, Tehran, Urmiye and Zabol. [Google] [More]  ⦿

QHS Soft

An interesting outfit. Listed as being from Pirmam (or Permam) in Kurdistan, and from FLK, they "made" some Latin fonts by renaming them. I provide a "translation list" below. List: the Arabic script fonts QHS-Arabic-lettersB, QHS-Arabic-letters_A,, and the Latin fonts QHS Arabic lettersB (Bookman Old Style Regular), QHS Arabic letters_A (Bookman Old Style Regular), QHS Arial Narrow (Arial Narrow Regular), QHS Avista One (TrafficITC-Normal), QHS Avista two (URW:AlgerianBasD:1994), QHS Bihzany One (ITC Pioneer, Decorated 081), QHS Bihzany Two (Snell Bold, English 401), QHS Bookman Old Style (Bookman Old Style Regular), QHS Lalish One (Amelia, Computer 651), QHS Lalish Three (Bertram LET Plain), QHS Lalish two (ITC Bauhaus Bold, Geometric 752), QHS Lucida Handwriting (Lucida Handwriting Italic), QHS Nadejda (Wedding Text, Blackletter 681), QHS Times (Monotype: Times New Roman Regular), QHS Zeradesht One (QuicksilverITC-Normal), QHS Zeradesht One (URW:BuxomD:1994), QHS Zeradesht Three (Hazel LET Plain), QHS Zeradesht Two (URW:CroissantD). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Salar S. Anwar

Kurdistan, Iraq-based designer of the rounded sans typeface family Twitter Kurdish Font (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shawkat Abed-Alazeez Kuger

Designer of the Arabic and Kurdish fonts AF_DeyarBaker-KurdishMNB, AF_Diwany-Kurdish-MNB, AF_Diwany-MNB, AF_Dohuk-Kurdish-MNB, AF_Dohuk-MNB, AF_Halabja-KurdishMNB, AF_Hijaz-Normal, AF_Jeddah-Normal-Traditional, AF_Jizan-Normal-Traditional, AF_Najed-Kurdi, AF_Najed-Normal-Traditional, Kurdi-_shiva-Kure, Zanest-_Arabic-Dyar-Bakr, AF_Nakesh-KurdishMNB, AF_Quseem-Normal-Traditional, AF_Riyadh-Normal-Traditional, AF_Tabook-Normal-Traditional, AF_Tholoth-Normal-Traditional, AF_Unizah-Normal-Traditional, AF_Halabja-KurdihsMNB, Zanest-_-Ghlbish, AF_Unziq-KurdishMNB, from 1993 until 1997. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zak Design
[Zakariya Saleh]

Arabic font foundry based in Ramallah, Palestine, and run by Zakariya Saleh. They made Osama (2013), Exo Sans (2013, a free Latin sans typeface---not to be condfused with Gama's Exo font), Asmaa (2013, Latin and Arabic), Ourtilane (2013), Oday (2013), AraSym Ramadan (2010, a family) which can be downloaded here.

In 2013, he extrapolated the Sony Walkman logo into his Sony Walkman organic font. He also made the Arabic typefaces Bon Font, Saramah, Aqeeq, Graphici, Asri, Ink Drip, Arabic Script, Ink Stream, Alqusair, and Diana Extra, and the octagonal Latin / Arabic typeface Shohadaa.

Typefaces from 2014: Haneen (signage script), Sally (with Sally Alzaza), Bondoq, Amal (art deco for Latin and Arabic), Lamis, Hilary, Saba, Mary (piano key typeface), Nisreen, Hajar, Kufi, Muslimah (free), Ahrar, Ghang Tachkili and Djadli Tachkili (designed by Jadli Zein Alabedeen (Algeria) and programmed by Zakaria Saleh), Al Hadari, El Maidan, Israr Syria, Etab AmMoniee, Hala, Hamah, Al Bayan, Assaf, Baghdad.

Typefaces from 2015: Handmade (custom Latin/Arabic font for a Palestinian store), K24 (a corporate font for Kurdistan 24 channel), Hattan (Latin and Arabic), Nicole, Natalie, MasterFont, Naskh, Moscow (constructivist Arabic typeface).

Typefaces from 2016: Joory, Twitter Headline Type, TV Sans, Corporative Sans (Latin and Arabic), Eliyaa Pro, Yasmin, Feather, Bein Sports Network typeface.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Zakariya Saleh
[Zak Design]

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