This is an OpenType Font supporting Arabic, Persian, Urdu Languages and compatible with the various operating systems and modern software. It is useful for book titles, creative designs, and modern logos. Also, it is used when a contemporary and simple look is desired that can fit with the characteristics of Kufi fatmic where horizontal parts are equal than vertical ones. The font is based on Kufi Fatmic calligraphy along with some derived ideas of decorative fonts, maintaining the beauty of the Arabic font and its fixed rates.
Undoubtedly, the insertion of curved ornament in some parts adds more beauty and fascinating diversity in the flow line between sharp, soft and curved parts. This font supports Arabic, Persian, Pashtu, Kurdish Sorani, Kurdish Kirmanji and Urdu, consisting only one weight which can add to the library of Arabic Kufic fonts contemporary models that meet with the purposes of various designs for all tastes. They were living on the coastal areas of Palestine, Lebanon, and Syria.
Since they were traders and they were sailing throughout the Mediterranean, their middle eastern font had an influence on all the cultures and nations in the Mediterranean. The Middle East was located at the center of the Ancient World, which also played a big role in the spread of the alphabet, and this is how the Phoenician alphabet is the mother of both Latin, and Arabic scripts, which are used for Arabic fonts today, as a base.
You will find anything, from an Arabic style font to Arabic script font, and even Arabic calligraphy fonts as well. Nowadays, most of the text typefaces that are available are based either on the Thuluth or the Naskh style. Older styles, such as Diwani, Maghrebi, and Kufi, are found in display typefaces. We will discuss all of them below. Back in BC, the early alphabet had 22 consonants and no capital letters, and it was written from right to left. It was born in Byblos, on the coast of Lebanon.
In BC, the Aramaic alphabet originated from the Phoenician one. In AD, the Syriac alphabet was created in Mesopotamia, and it originated from the Aramaic and had 22 letters.
The early Arabic alphabet only began to appear in Kufa, Iraq, during the middle of the first century. You can put original Arabic couplets on your website or web page without translating it to English, and this would not take up a lot of your time. It can offer a wonderful experience for users visiting your site. These fonts can attract the attention of the viewers easily. Have a look at them and understand their effective use in different segments. Aceh Darusalam.
Alameda by Manuel Ramos Category: Arabic. Tafakur by Adien Gunarta Category: Arabic. The old Kufi script contained seventeen letters and lacked the diacritic markings used to distinguish between letters of an identical shape or marks for vowel sounds. Early Islam and the Spread of the Arabic Language.
Over the years, the script grew in complexity as diacritical markings and ornamental accents were added. The illustration below shows the development of the Kufi script over the 7thth centuries.
As Islam spread, text was used as a building block for increasingly elaborate architectural and calligraphic works. Throughout the Islamic world, stylized forms of Kufic script began to appear on coins, ceramics, buildings, and calligraphy.
Frequently, although by no means exclusively, these Kufi patterns occurred in square shapes to emphasize the clean right angles of the script. The angular form also lent itself to easier writing on stone and other hard surfaces. Most of the features will not work properly. Share: 0. Aceh Darusalam Font. Bustan Font. Afarat Ibn Blady Arabic Font.