29LT Zawi: A Seriously Rhythmic Typeface
29LT Zawi is a present-day simplified typeface drawn with extreme refinement incorporating a mono-linear structure that unveils causality within a corporate atmosphere. A mixture of straight vertical, horizontal, and diagonal letter structures fused in-between sharp corners and edges give the typeface a dynamic characteristic and rhythmic feel. Its straight terminals and mono-spaced Latin letters lend the typeface a young and contemporary image that makes it suitable for diverse number of projects from fun and urban to serious and corporate.
It is a type family created with maximum legibility and ease of usability mindset. The Arabic letterforms were drawn in a certain arrangement that represent modernity while retaining its connection to traditional calligraphy. Whereas the Latin is drawn based on the mono-spaced or mono-type fonts that were created in the early 20th century for typesetting machines and typewriters.
A number of elements bring both Arabic and Latin scripts together: the design approach, open counters, proportions, terminals and finials, weight and contrast. Both scripts were created in synergy and were inspired from each other simultaneously.
Pascal Zoghbi (Arabic & Latin)
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