Wael Morcos, Ian Party, and Pascal Zoghbi; New York, Switzerland, and Beirut
Azer in Arabic means friendly, ready to assist and lend a hand. This typeface combines simple lines with careful detailing to create a serious but approachable look. The Arabic is a Naskh/Kufi hybrid and retains a balance between calligraphic angular cuts and unadorned construction. Azer is congenial without being sloppy, serious without being conformist.
The fonts include Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, and Latin variants. Azer is available in various weights, ranging from a delicate thin that is ideal for refined headlines to a thick black that is perfect for chunky titles and in-text emphasis.
MEMBERS OF THE TYPEFACE FAMILY:
29LT Azer Thin, 29LT Azer Extra Light, 29LT Azer Regular, 29LT Azer Bold, and 29LT Azer Black.
JUDGE'S CHOICE: Georg Seifert
Read more about Azur here.