Saturday, January 14, 2017

Arabic - More Fun Fonts

Here are a few more fun Arabic fonts for you ...

Arabic script has similar qualities to English lettering in cursive, such as having a baseline and letters that join up or attach to one another.

It seems as though Arabic actually has two different forms of writing like we do in English with cursive and print.  I


William Kendall said...

The bright blue and gold in that first sign does draw the eye.

Jerry Mc Kenna said...

The traditional Roman alphabet, at least the printed one, is derived from an alphabet carved in stone. The traditional Arabic looks like it's derived from one written with a pen. I am assume the modern Arabic, the one that is most like sans serif fonts in English seems to be a compromise between one developed with a T-square and a compass and the traditional ones.