Hisham® font family

Designed by Ahmed Maged in 1993

About Hisham® font family

Hisham is a modern Arabic headline face, designed by the Lebanese calligrapher Mr. Ahmed Maged. Originally developed by Linotype-Hell Ltd, Hisham is now available in OpenType format.

The Hisham design has a distinctive style with a strong baseline, relieved by strategic cut-away effects, which is counterbalanced by the bold vertical strokes and some strong diagonals. This somewhat compact font adds a new style to the range of Linotype´s Arabic headline fonts.

This OpenType font includes Latin glyphs from Optima Extra Black, allowing users to set text in both most Western European and Arabic languages without switching between fonts. Hisham incorporates the Basic Latin character set (Western CP 1252 Latin 1/ANSI and Macintosh US Roman) and the Arabic character set (CP 1256), which supports Arabic, Persian, and Urdu. The font also includes tabular and proportional Arabic, Persian, and Urdu numerals, as well as a set of tabular European (Latin) numerals."
More related documents:
Font Designer: Ahmed Maged
Font Feature: Arabic Fonts in the Linotype Library – Hisham (Ahmed Maged, 1996, 2005)

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