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FS Albert Arabic

is the harmonious type
Brother
Brother

To create a truly global font family, FS Albert needed an Arabic script sibling. Emanuela Conidi set about the delicate task of creating an alphabet to harmonise visually with its Latin sans serif counterpart so that the two could be used side-by-side in bilingual publications. Working with the Kufic style of script, with its simpler, geometric forms, Emanuela sculpted letters with the a similar optical size, weight and rhythm as FS Albert, with open counters and monolinear strokes.

Brother
It never hurts to Naskh
It never hurts to Naskh

But there’s more to FS Albert than a simple, geometric structure. To match Albert’s cheery, charming character, FS Albert Arabic needed an injection of warmth and informality. Emanuela incorporated some of the more expressive, calligraphic shapes of the Naskh script style, which lent the letterforms a looser, softer, more handwritten quality, while remaining functional and structured. The Naskh influence is most noticeable in the bowl of characters such as Jim, Qaf and Nun, in the curved tail of Waw and Reh, and the deep joining of Tah.

It never hurts to Naskh
Follow the script
Follow the script

The end result is an Arabic script that’s the perfect partner to FS Albert: open counters, monolinear strokes and a friendly, rounded appearance. FS Albert Arabic is available in Opentype format, in five weights from Thin to ExtraBold. It supports Persian and Urdu, with proportional and tabular numerals for both, plus full vocalisation and the Hijra feature.

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Arabic
Lowercase
Uppercase
Arabic Figures (Proportional)
Arabic Figures (Tabular)
Persian Figures (Proportional)
Persian Figures (Tabular)
Urdu Figures (Proportional)
Urdu Figures (Tabular)
Figures & Currency (Tabular Lining)
Superiors & Fractions
Arabic Marks
Punctuation & Marks
Arabic Discretionary Ligatures