The first Typographic Matchmaking project encouraged typographic breakthroughs such as Peter Bi318laks Fedra Arabic (developed with Tarek Atrissi. Nuqat is a display typeface designed by Khajag Apelian and Ren Knip for the Typographic Matchmaking in the City project,. Smashing Magazines Typography.
A new cultural awakening has swept over the Arab World since 2011. The Typographic Matchmaking design research projects, initiated by the. designers arabes et hollandais collaborent dans la conception de 5 nouvelles familles de polices arabe et latin. Dans le cadre de cet vnement, le film. The Typographic Matchmaking project was initiated by the Khatt Foundation (Amsterdam), in April 2005. The Khatt Foundation selected and invited five renown.
She has also started a project, Typographic Matchmaking, which pairs Dutch and Arabic designers together. Two alumni, the Slovakian Peter. The Past Meets the Future in Arabic Design and Typography Today. In my Typographic Matchmaking projects I bring designers from different. The Typographic Matchmaking in the City book offers a brief range of essays that discuss the complex topic of public space from their respective authors individual. Typographic Matchmaking in the City project, The Khatt Foundation, curated by Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFares, is launching the Typographic Matchmaking sequel.
Whereas in the Arabic typography there isnt an italic weight in. The Arabic type family was part of the Typographic Matchmaking 01 project organised by the. LucasFonts is the company of Dutch type. de Groot and Mouneer Al-Shaarani for the non-commercial Typographic Matchmaking Project by the Khatt Foundation in. The Typographic Matchmaking in the City project brought together 5 teams of Dutch and Arab designers to collaborate on creating matching Arabic and Latin. The book The Typographic Matchmaking in the City offers a brief range of essays that discuss the complex topic of public space from their respective authors. Meanwhile, his interest in Arabic Typography and its modern development got him involved in the Typographic Matchmaking projects where he teamed up with.
One example is Typographic Matchmaking in the City, a research project (2008-2010) conducted by the designer Huda AbiFares, focusing on the narrative. A great example of the kind of projects she initiates is Typographic Matchmaking in the City. The series of films make visible not only the design.