29LT publications are modern-day typographic prints that aim to showcase 29LT fonts within content that has been found, written, and based upon texts that explore distinctive themes. The subject matter present in each publication stems from specific research that reflects the concepts behind the design and development of the typefaces.
Balenciaga Arabic logo echoes the visual identity of Balenciaga international wordmark. The logotype was designed by Pascal Zoghbi in collaboration with Balenciaga’s graphic design team. Several typographic Arabic styles and design concepts were drawn and tested to reach the perfect match. The final outlines of the logotype lend a robust and contemporary look to the brand while preserving a neutral and universal character.
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.
Graffiti: Changing Language, Changing Worlds اللغة تتحول، العالم يتغير Designers: Pascal Zoghbi and DUAL Mural Painting: DUAL Wall Size: 10 … More
I took part in the Arabic Calligraphy and Lettering workshop that was offered by the renowned Syrian Calligrapher Mouneer Al … More
This spring, the elective course “Introduction to Arabic Type Design” at AUB [American University of Beirut] was introduced. It is … More
This piece was created specially for “the future of tradition – the tradition of future” exhibition at hausderkunst in Munich. … More