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For Tehran-born and Amsterdam-based designer, Reza Abedini, graphic design is not merely a visual art form but "a value". Combining traditional and contemporary types in his own body of work—logos, posters, corporate identities and three-dimensional designs—for more than 20 years, he is also teaching as professor of graphic design. In our Gestalten.tv feature, he gives insight into the merits of Arabesque 2: Graphic Design from the Arab and Persian World, why there is a "useless distance between the letters" in western printing and how to find one's own visual identity these days.
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Masoud has been working with GNU FreeFont project to fix Persian and Arabic support. Finally, many bugs has been resolved. Thanks +امیرمسعود پورموسی!
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VIJE TYPEFACE

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MANZAR TYPEFACE

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TYPOGRAPHIC TABLES

On November 24, 2011, an exhibition titled "Typographic Tables” was held in the Museion-Museum of modern and contemporary art, Bolzano, in Italy, curated by Antonino Benincasa. The exhibition featured 30 artworks by contemporary graphic designers, typographers and emerging talents from the visual arts. Reza Abedini and Homa Delvaray were the two Iranian designers who participated in the Typographic Tables exhibition.

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Desigual Logotype for Mideast Market

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Studies on Persian-Arabic Typography and Persian Language
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Dabireh is a Collective of young Iranian graphic designers who share a passion for calligraphy and typography and have a keen interest in the history and theories of Persian language and writing system.

Recognizing the absence of a comprehensive body of critical writings and professional commentary, Dabireh aims to be a credible source of articles, interviews and research-based projects which address the less explored territories connecting the vast historical sources and the inspired diverse practices of contemporary designers today.