Arial is one of the most widely used designs of the last 30 years. Drawn in 1982 by Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders for use in an early IBM® laser printer, Arial has become a staple for textual content.
For decades, the Persian-born Naghi Naghashian has been working as a graphic designer and illustrator in Germany. Arian™ is his first commercial Arabic typeface. Named after his mother, Naghi created the Arian typeface family after years of systematically analyzing the Arabic script.
RustlerBarter is an elegant display font inspired by the Art Deco era. It perfectly represents vintage aesthetics in a modern and minimalist way. The font includes special uppercase letters, alternate characters, and beautiful ligatures. Furthermore, the font is perfect for elegant logo design, packaging or invitation cards.
Outliner is a typeface specially designed for use with outline strokes. It is based on Urtd’s unpublished monospace typeface Monoxil, which worked well with outlines applied to it. However, a lot of adjustment and editing was needed to get it to work perfectly, so designing a new typeface was a logical next step.