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AishaDesigner: Titus Nemeth
Publisher: Rosetta
Aisha was developed by Titus Nemeth and published by Rosetta. Aisha includes 4 designs and family bundle alternatives. p > Aisha originated from research study about the Maghribi script-- its regular Arabic weight is based upon the foundry type Titus discovered in a 19th century book. In the procedure of style Titus reinterpreted the sources within the framework provided by present use and technology. He established a Latin face to accompany the Arabic, drawing both as independently usable, yet closely related typefaces.

The Latin variation of Aisha is among the designs where the design of the Arabic variation shaped the direction for the Roman letters, instead of the other method around. Making use of research study around Maghribi calligraphy, and motivated by meaningful Moroccan lettering, the resulting designs feature generous curves and joyful variations, rendering Aisha a traditionally notified typeface for contemporary requirements, with a vast array of weights in both Arabic and Latin.

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Font Family:
· Aisha Latin Regular
· Aisha Latin Semibold
· Aisha Latin Bold
· Aisha Latin Extrabold

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