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Experimental Persian typography

Posted by rod - 25.08.2011

Esfahan \ Homage of Esfahan (The city) \ Poster | Exhibition 2011Experimental Persian typography posters

Novel writing workshop \ Poster | Client: Rooyesh literary center 2010

Experimental Persian typography posters

Ordibehesht (a mounth in iranian calendar) \ Magazine Cover | Client: Rang [E.]magazine \ 2011

Experimental Persian typography posters

New year 1390 (Iranian calendar) \ Greeting  card | 2011

Experimental Persian typography posters

If you ever have looked at the persian writing system you most probably have noticed that the words are made from letters that are connected to each other. On the contrary in latin, letters don’t share connections. This criterion leads to a special aesthetic in Persian typography which is solely for this script and in turn for this language; mutual relationship between the script and the Persian language is the major concept in Ali MirAzimi from Tehran, Iran typographic works.

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