Hebrew


Hebrew is a Semitic language of the Afro-Asiatic language family; culturally it is considered the Jewish language.

Books 2

A simple cotton bag to carry a couple of books. Eco friendly woven cotton, with long handles. Printed on one side only.
Typotheque Type specimen No.15 presents 21 Hebrew type families, and describes the process of designing them.

Articles 2

Traditionally, Hebrew printed typography doesn't have a notion of ‘italic’, a concept linked with the evolution of the Latin alphabet. Hebrew, however, when written by hand used cursive forms taught at schools simultaneously from when children start to read, the informal style hasn’t integrated into printed typography. Michal Sahar proposes a cursive Hebrew for continuous text.
Essays · 11 October 2017 · English · 1075 words
An article on the process of designing typefaces for the language other than your own — challenges of looking at unfamiliar patterns, letters, and their cultural significances.
Essays · 5 October 2017 · English · 1920 words

Blogs 8

From now on, Typotheque cease to use Std/Pro font suffixes, and instead proposes to use standartised suffixes that identify language support in fonts.
18 April 2019
Over a decade in development, Ping is a new, not-so geometric Sans.
25 March 2019
Stencil version of the typeface inspired by the work of Giambattista Bodoni
30 January 2018
Typotheque launches a new type design programme, a collection of contemporary text and display fonts for the Hebrew language.
23 October 2017
Designed by Daniel Grumer, Zico Hebrew is a modern and versatile low-contrast typeface family.
4 October 2017

Authors 4

Daniel Berkovitz (born 1987) is a typeface and graphic designer based in Israel. He has graduated from a joint program of Bezalel Academy of Arts and ...
Yanek is a type designer and typographer‭. ‬Born in the USSR‭, ‬he emigrated to Israel and studied graphic design at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Desig...
Michal Sahar is a Tel Aviv based type designer‭, ‬graphic designer and a senior lecturer at The Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design‭, ‬Jerusalem‭. ‬Sin...
Daniel Grumer (1985) works in the field of multilingual type design and typography. He has graduated from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusa...

Help 1

In order to use Arabic fonts, you need to use special versions of InDesign, PhotoShop or Illustrator. These versions are labeled ME (Middle Eastern) and support bi-directional text setting for Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew. The regular version of Adobe CS3 doesnʼt support Arabic text setting.

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A collection of international multilingual Unicode global fonts for all world languages for local and global audiences, and international brands. Latin, non-Latin and CJK fonts.
Typotheque offers Multilingual Unicode Compliant Fonts in WGL4, and larger character sset supporting over 250 languages in Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, Devanagari, Bengali, Tamil encodings.