Naskh (or Naskhi) is a specific calligraphic style for writing in the Arabic alphabet. It is the style most commonly used for printing Arabic and Persian, legible in small sizes in in books and newspaper
Our daily lives are full of noise, but when we immerse ourselves in reading, it seems to disappear. But what if the shapes of the words we read also contain perceptible noise? Does it disrupt the reading process, or do we learn to filter it out?
Typeface stories ·
25 September 2013
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