30 Examples of Beautiful Arabic Typography
The languages, aesthetics, and calligraphy of other cultures can open up new avenues for typography lovers and graphic artists, who can use a script like Arabic as a new framework within which to express their creativity.
By finding innovative ways in which to present Arabic letter shapes and markings, while also striving to incorporate the culture’s handwriting techniques and themes, designers are given a new area of inspiration and challenge.
The thirty examples of Arabic typography and calligraphy below show a wide range of approaches to playing with the language. Some designers opt to go the traditional route, creating designs that speak to scrolls of poetry or incorporate traditionally Arabic design elements, colors, and images.
Others throw tradition out the window and show how the language can be adapted to a contemporary aesthetic. In this camp, you will find the use of geometric shapes, bold fonts, and modern graphics that speak more to the visuals of computers and video games than they do to any cultural or historical symbols. Still other designers choose a simple and streamlined approach, allowing the curves, lines, and shapes of the letters to simply speak for themselves.
I hope you enjoy the showcase! Feel free to chime in and leave a comment at the end of the post.
Ramadan – I
Prophet Mohammed – Arabic
Daowd Baktash 13
Arabic Font With Olive Leaves
Noon In Arabic Typography- Pt1
Arabic Poetry II
I Am Arabian
Qaf Arabic Letter
Arabic Calligraphy 4
Jeem Arabic Letter
Arabic Letter T
Jeem The Arabic Letter
Arabic Koufi Proverb
Your Turn To Talk
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