Linotype Pide Nashi™ font family


Designed by Verena Gerlach in 1997

About Linotype Pide Nashi™ font family

Linotype Pide Nashi is part of the Take Type Library, chosen from the entries of the Linotype-sponsored International Digital Type Design Contests of 1994 and 1997. German artist Verena Gerlach created a typeface which looks almost like Arabic at the first glance, only with the second do the familiar forms become clear. Rounded lower case letters, generous, sweeping capitals and diamond-shaped ornaments give the font its Arabic feel. The exotic Linotype Pide Nashi is best suited for short and middle length texts and headlines and especially for ornamental texts.
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Type Gallery: Linotype Pide Nashi
Font Designer: Verena Gerlach

Linotype Pide Nashi

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Linotype Pide Nashi

2 Typefaces



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Linotype Pide Nashi™ One -  1 variant
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