Award Winning Ila'l Amam Type Family Typography

Sara Mansour Designs The Ila'l Amam Type Family Typography

Sara Mansour, the thinktank behind the displayed work Typography by Sara Mansour explicates, “Ila’l Amam” is an Arabic type family developed from a mixture of the first display types ever created – Fat Faces, as well as vintage Iranian Kufic scripts of the 11th century, combining them all into an italicized/oblique format. "Ila'l Amam" consists of display types used for large-scale purposes as the letters are highly stylized and characterized by having a stark contrast between thick and thin strokes. The fascination behind an italicized/oblique typeface came from the lack of one in any Arabic type, as Arabic maybe considered having a purely Italic format from the start..

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