Palatino® Sans Arabic font family

Designed by Nadine Chahine in 2010
Hermann Zapf in 2010
Akira Kobayashi in 2010

About Palatino® Sans Arabic font family

Palatino Sans Arabic is a collaboration between Lebanese designer Nadine Chahine and Prof. Hermann Zapf. The design is a low-contrast companion to the award winning Palatino Arabic and comes in both regular and bold weights. It is designed for use in print in both large and small sizes, and brings into Arabic the informal and friendly appearance of Palatino Sans. The counters are wide open to allow for better readability in small sizes as well as to maintain an open and friendly appearance.
The font has 1091 glyphs and includes a large number of extra ligatures and stylistic alternates as well as the basic Latin part of Palatino Sans and support for Arabic, Persian, and Urdu. It also includes proportional and tabular numerals for the supported languages.
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Font Designer: Hermann Zapf

ﺍﺑﺘﺜﺠﺤﺨﺪﺫﺭﺯﺳﺸﺺ ١٢٣ Aabc34ﺍﺑﺘﺜﺠﺤﺨﺪﺫﺭﺯﺳﺸﺺ ١٢٣ Aabc34

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Palatino Sans Arabic

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