Arabic fonts are beautiful, but hard to find. I never thought searching for arabic fonts could be so complicated but it was. I wanted a true arabic font, not the usual fonts with an arabic influence that you can find on all font sites and I living language arabic pdf found a place where a large number of them can be found. I’ve put them in this article in case anyone else needs to download an arabic font for design projects or just to observe the arabic calligraphy.
PDF with 100 free fonts to help you create better designs. Kohinoor Arabic is part of Kohinoor Multiscript, a sans serif super family covering many of India’s official writing systems. Kohinoor Arabic’s clear, inviting, and easy-to-read letterforms are drawn in the Naskh style, with large and open counters. The vowel mark shapes aren’t fussy. Stroke contrast is low, but there is still some modulation at junctures, keeping typographic color from getting too dark. A multilingual type family that features a modern Arabic Naskh with very short descenders and ascenders, which matches with a full-caps Latin counterpart.
Molsaq is perfect for setting applications that require tight leading, such as posters, hence the name, which means poster in Arabic. With 1050 glyphs, Molsaq Pro supports Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, and Kurdish, it also supports more than 60 languages that use the Latin script. Molsaq Pro comes with many Opentype features such as, stylistic alternates, ligatures, swashes, and small caps. Molsaq Latin includes all the Opentype features and the full languages support, except for the Arabic script. While Molsaq Arabic doesn’t include Opentype features, and only support the Arabic script. Diodrum Arabic is a low-contrast Naskh family with six weights. Arabic typically places a stronger emphasis on the horizontal than the Latin script does.