29LT Okaso is a vibrant geometric typeface with distinctive letterforms. The outlines of its letters challenge traditional structures while preserving legibility. It incorporates a carefully studied balance between solid forms and dynamic contours, giving it a lively feature within a corporate and serious existence. The Arabic character set is inspired by a unique set of letters found in vernacular Aljamiado manuscripts, and its accompanying Latin is drawn with alternating letterforms to echo the active nature of the Arabic script and its lively flow.
29LT Zarid Stencil typeface is the cut version of 29LT Zarid Sans and comes in 8 weights: Thin, Extra Light, Light, Regular, Medium, Semi Bold, Bold and Black. It is the sixth inline family member within the 29LT Zarid superfamily ongoing development since 2016.
29LT Bukra type system currently consists of 94 styles, 47 Standard styles and 47 Slanted styles ranging from Hairline to Black in Condensed, Semi Condensed, Normal, Semi Wide and Wide.
Since most documentation and references about the Arabic script stem from the calligraphic methodology, this article will tackle the problem … More
Reza Abedini designs vibrant posters with 29LT fonts A Collaborative approach between a graphic designer and a type designer 29LT … More
29LT publishes it 1st type specimen showcasing an overview of its multilingual Arabic & Latin typefaces.
29LT Zeyn is an elegant, contemporary Arabic and Latin typeface. Each weight contains 900-plus glyphs covering the Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and … More
Graffiti: Changing Language, Changing Worlds اللغة تتحول، العالم يتغير Designers: Pascal Zoghbi and DUAL Mural Painting: DUAL Wall Size: 10 … More
MIA type is a contemporary, bilingual Arabic and Latin type-family based on the Eastern Kufic calligraphic style drawn in four … More
29LT Makina is a revival of an Arabic, Persian and Latin typewriter. “Makina” in Arabic means ‘machine’, which is inspired … More
This piece was created specially for “the future of tradition – the tradition of future” exhibition at hausderkunst in Munich. … More