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Copyright 2015 The Jomhuria Project Authors (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This Font Software is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1.
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SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1 - 26 February 2007
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Notes from Fontsquirrel about the heritage of this font:
Jomhuria Regular | 2069 Glyphs
Jomhuria is a dark Persian/Arabic and Latin display typeface, suitable for a headline and other display usages.
The name means ‘republic,’ and the spark of inspiration for the design was a stencil of “Shablon” showing just a limited character set just for the Persian language without any marks, vowels or Latin glyphs. Shablon was designed 30 years ago in Iran and is reinterpreted by Kourosh to incorporate contemporary techniques, aesthetics and of course some personal taste. While inspired by the spirit of Shablon, Jomhuria is a new typeface that stands on its own. Kourosh created an additional original Latin design that is tailored to harmonize with the aesthetics of the Persian/Arabic design.
Being made for big sizes means details matter. The positions of the dots remain faithful to their locations in Persian/Arabic calligraphy; this is an important factor of beauty in the writing system and is key to readability.
The Arabic script was designed by Kourosh Beigpour, and the Latin was designed by Eben Sorkin. The font is engineered by Lasse Fister, and the technicalities build upon those developed by Khaled Hosny for his “Amiri.”
|Uploaded on:||November 22, 2016|
|Classifications:||Display, Sans Serif|
|Tags:||Display, Sans, Humanist|
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