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                        About Aisha Latin

                        Aisha Latin is a fun, individualistic typeface that strides the line between text and display typography. Designed as a counterpart to Aisha Arabic, it is inspired by the free, dynamic curves of brush-pen calligraphy in the Maghreb, imparting a joyful energy to texts whether set alongside Arabic or standing on its own.

                        The Latin version of Aisha is one of the designs where the style of the Arabic version shaped the direction for the Roman letters, rather than the other way around. Designer Titus Nemeth started with Arabic foundry type cut in Algeria in the 19th century, and expanded it into a full, modern type family. He then developed the Latin face to accompany the Arabic, drawing on the playfulness of Maghribi lettering traditions.

                        Aisha Latin is exuberant and dynamic, peppered with small, offbeat details in the letterforms that set it apart from less lively counterparts, and equipped with an array of contextual alternate forms and stylistic sets that typographers can employ to tune the type to their message. The smart features, full assortment of figures, and ornaments ensure that Aisha will deliver its lush and funky personality for any display or long-form text usage.

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                        Standard licence:
                        • desktop: 5 users
                        • web: up to 500K pageviews/monthly
                        • OTF, TTF, and WOFF2 formats
                        See the licence text for details Buy Fonts Single font: 60 € Family of 4 fonts: 180 €
                        Trial licence:
                        • desktop: 1 user
                        • only for evaluation and testing
                        • OTF with some characters removed
                        See the licence text for details Get Free Trial Fonts

                        What others say

                        • Y no hace falta ser un entendido en tipografía árabe, creo, para concluir que Aisha es de lo mejorcito en un género, el de las fundiciones árabes de estilo magrebí, …
                          A. Giménez Reíllo
                        • Congrats on the reworked Aisha. Ranging figures seems – in hindsight – like a no-brainer for Arabic; great touch!
                          David Lemon, Adobe Type
                        • Titus Nemeth describes the model for Aisha as ‘curious and very playful’ — which is exactly what makes Aisha so attractive. The loopy, brush-like quality of the Arabic makes a smooth transition into the Latin version; both scripts exude a lively playfulness.
                          Jan Middendorp for 8 Faces magazine

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                        OpenType features

                        Supported scripts and languages

                        Latin

                        304 languages
                        • Acheron
                        • Achinese
                        • Afar
                        • Afrikaans
                        • Amahuaca
                        • Amarakaeri
                        • Amis
                        • Andaandi, Dongolawi
                        • Anuta
                        • Ao Naga
                        • Aragonese
                        • Arbëreshë Albanian
                        • Arvanitika Albanian
                        • Asháninka
                        • Ashéninka Perené
                        • Asu (Tanzania)
                        • Balinese
                        • Bari
                        • Basque
                        • Batak Dairi
                        • Batak Karo
                        • Batak Mandailing
                        • Batak Simalungun
                        • Batak Toba
                        • Bemba (Zambia)
                        • Bena (Tanzania)
                        • Bikol
                        • Bislama
                        • Borana-Arsi-Guji Oromo
                        • Bosnian
                        • Breton
                        • Candoshi-Shapra
                        • Caquinte
                        • Caribbean Hindustani
                        • Cashibo-Cacataibo
                        • Catalan
                        • Cebuano
                        • Central Aymara
                        • Central Kurdish
                        • Central Nahuatl
                        • Chamorro
                        • Chavacano
                        • Chiga
                        • Chiltepec Chinantec
                        • Chokwe
                        • Chuukese
                        • Cimbrian
                        • Cofán
                        • Congo Swahili
                        • Cook Islands Māori
                        • Cornish
                        • Corsican
                        • Creek
                        • Crimean Tatar
                        • Croatian
                        • Czech
                        • Danish
                        • Dehu
                        • Dimli
                        • Dutch
                        • Eastern Abnaki
                        • Eastern Arrernte
                        • Eastern Oromo
                        • Embu
                        • English
                        • Ese Ejja
                        • Falam Chin
                        • Faroese
                        • Fijian
                        • Filipino
                        • Finnish
                        • French
                        • Friulian
                        • Gagauz
                        • Galician
                        • Ganda
                        • Garifuna
                        • Ga’anda
                        • German
                        • Gheg Albanian
                        • Gilbertese
                        • Gooniyandi
                        • Guadeloupean Creole French
                        • Gusii
                        • Haitian
                        • Hakha Chin
                        • Hani
                        • Hawaiian
                        • Hiligaynon
                        • Ho-Chunk
                        • Hopi
                        • Huastec
                        • Hungarian
                        • Icelandic
                        • Iloko
                        • Inari Sami
                        • Indonesian
                        • Irish
                        • Istro Romanian
                        • Italian
                        • Ixcatlán Mazatec
                        • Jamaican Creole English
                        • Japanese
                        • Javanese
                        • Jola-Fonyi
                        • K'iche'
                        • Kabuverdianu
                        • Kala Lagaw Ya
                        • Kalaallisut
                        • Kalenjin
                        • Kamba (Kenya)
                        • Kaonde
                        • Kaqchikel
                        • Karelian
                        • Kashubian
                        • Kekchí
                        • Kenzi, Mattokki
                        • Khasi
                        • Kikuyu
                        • Kimbundu
                        • Kinyarwanda
                        • Kirmanjki
                        • Kituba (DRC)
                        • Kongo
                        • Konzo
                        • Kuanyama
                        • Kven Finnish
                        • Kölsch
                        • Ladin
                        • Ladino
                        • Latgalian
                        • Latin
                        • Ligurian
                        • Lithuanian
                        • Lombard
                        • Low German
                        • Lower Sorbian
                        • Lozi
                        • Luba-Lulua
                        • Lule Sami
                        • Luo (Kenya and Tanzania)
                        • Luxembourgish
                        • Macedo-Romanian
                        • Madurese
                        • Makhuwa
                        • Makhuwa-Meetto
                        • Makonde
                        • Makwe
                        • Malagasy
                        • Malaysian
                        • Maltese
                        • Manx
                        • Maore Comorian
                        • Maori
                        • Mapudungun
                        • Marshallese
                        • Matsés
                        • Mauritian Creole
                        • Meriam Mir
                        • Meru
                        • Mezquital Otomi
                        • Minangkabau
                        • Mirandese
                        • Mizo
                        • Mohawk
                        • Montagnais
                        • Montenegrin
                        • Munsee
                        • Murrinh-Patha
                        • Mwani
                        • Mískito
                        • Naga Pidgin
                        • Ndonga
                        • Neapolitan
                        • Ngazidja Comorian
                        • Niuean
                        • Nobiin
                        • Nomatsiguenga
                        • North Ndebele
                        • Northern Kurdish
                        • Northern Qiandong Miao
                        • Northern Sami
                        • Northern Uzbek
                        • Norwegian
                        • Nyanja
                        • Nyankole
                        • Occitan
                        • Ojitlán Chinantec
                        • Orma
                        • Oroqen
                        • Otuho
                        • Palauan
                        • Paluan
                        • Pampanga
                        • Papantla Totonac
                        • Papiamento
                        • Pedi
                        • Picard
                        • Pichis Ashéninka
                        • Piemontese
                        • Pijin
                        • Pintupi-Luritja
                        • Pipil
                        • Pite Sami
                        • Pohnpeian
                        • Polish
                        • Portuguese
                        • Potawatomi
                        • Prussian
                        • Purepecha
                        • Quechua
                        • Romanian
                        • Romansh
                        • Rotokas
                        • Rundi
                        • Rwa
                        • Samburu
                        • Samoan
                        • Sango
                        • Sangu (Tanzania)
                        • Saramaccan
                        • Sardinian
                        • Scottish Gaelic
                        • Secoya
                        • Sena
                        • Seri
                        • Seselwa Creole French
                        • Shambala
                        • Shawnee
                        • Shipibo-Conibo
                        • Shona
                        • Sicilian
                        • Silesian
                        • Slovak
                        • Slovenian
                        • Soga
                        • Somali
                        • Soninke
                        • South Ndebele
                        • Southern Aymara
                        • Southern Qiandong Miao
                        • Southern Sami
                        • Southern Sotho
                        • Spanish
                        • Sranan Tongo
                        • Standard Estonian
                        • Standard Latvian
                        • Standard Malay
                        • Sundanese
                        • Swahili
                        • Swati
                        • Swedish
                        • Swiss German
                        • Tagalog
                        • Tahitian
                        • Taita
                        • Tedim Chin
                        • Teso
                        • Tetum
                        • Tetun Dili
                        • Tiv
                        • Tok Pisin
                        • Tokelau
                        • Tonga (Tonga Islands)
                        • Tonga (Zambia)
                        • Tosk Albanian
                        • Totontepec Mixe
                        • Tsonga
                        • Tswana
                        • Tumbuka
                        • Turkish
                        • Turkmen
                        • Tzeltal
                        • Tzotzil
                        • Uab Meto
                        • Ume Sami
                        • Upper Guinea Crioulo
                        • Upper Sorbian
                        • Venetian
                        • Veps
                        • Võro
                        • Walloon
                        • Walser
                        • Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa
                        • Waray (Philippines)
                        • Warlpiri
                        • Wayuu
                        • Welsh
                        • West Central Oromo
                        • Western Abnaki
                        • Western Frisian
                        • Wik-Mungkan
                        • Wiradjuri
                        • Wolof
                        • Xhosa
                        • Yanesha'
                        • Yao
                        • Yapese
                        • Yindjibarndi
                        • Yucateco
                        • Zapotec
                        • Zulu
                        • Zuni
                        • Záparo

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                        Titus Nemeth Design