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Incorporating the optical illusion with penmanship led me to develop a new and contemporary Arabic typeface. The font Atyaaf is based on seven pa… Read More
Incorporating the optical illusion with penmanship led me to develop a new and contemporary Arabic typeface. The font Atyaaf is based on seven parallel lines used in the formation of its alphabets. The seven lines are clearly seen when the letters are enlarged, and they are structured according to the standard directions of Arabic handwriting. When the letters are typed in small point size, the lines seem to be connected and the text will just look like any regular handwriting. Read Less
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Atyaaf is an Arabic word that translates to ‘Spectrums’. It is the name of this Arabic display font which Incorporates optical illusion with penmanship. Letterforms of Atyaaf are structured from seven parallel lines. These lines are clearly seen when the letters are enlarged, and they are rendered according to the standard directions of Arabic handwriting. But in small point size, the lines seem to connect and portray a traditional calligraphy effect.
Font is available on Creative Market