Ramadhan and Eid holidays are among the most important times of the year for Muslims. After spending the entire Islamic month of Ramadhan with fasting, Muslims all around the world celebrates the Eid Al-Fitr with families, friends, and colleagues alike. To set you ready for the incoming Ramadhan- and Eid-themed design projects, we’ve rounded up 5 muslim fonts for your consideration.
Rasyideen is a unique font written in Arabic-style calligraphy. Like the Tales of the 1001 Nights, this font is as mystifying as the starlit nights on the Arabian desert. The brushstroke is quite streamlined, and the flow of the letters are as smooth as the morning dew. The full potential of the font comes while paired with a soft and warm color palette, amplifying its already elegant and sophisticated form.
The overall shape of the font is suitable for any Islamic or Middle Eastern contents. The elegant nature of the font makes it suitable for a lot of design projects, including greeting cards, brand logos, or even as part of a marketing campaign materials like flyers, website headers, and billboards.
Rakhisa took the traditional elements of Arabic characters and apply some bold and cartoony elements to it. Since the brushstrokes are quite bold and blocky with a 3D feel to it. Compared to the warm elegance of Rasyideen, Rakhisa feels cheery and playful.
Due to its bold and blocky shape, Rakhisa boast a great readability, making it suitable for outdoor settings like posters, billboards, and flyers. The cartoony feel also makes it suitable for children media like children book, toy’s brand, and so on and so forth.
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This Muslim font features a calligraphy-style look inspired by Arabic script. Designed with a digital flat-pen, the gothic-style typography technique leaves no room for design error. Like Khadija, the first wife of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the font Khodijah radiates bold elegance, and works really well with metallic colors like gold or brass over darker background.
This font is suitable for smaller medias like flyers, greeting cards, business cards, book covers, as well as brand logos and branding materials.
The solidity and rigidity of sans-serif fonts are incorporated into this font. Inspired by the ethnic look of Arabic scripts, Tharwat gives a professional and no-nonsense attitude to the design project.
The thick brushstrokes compared with the decorative dots increases the readability of this font. Tharwat is suitable for a more serious medias like magazines, video thumbnails, greeting cards, or article headers.
This Arabic script-inspired font features soft curves with no straight edges, making it feel cartoony, almost like comic-sans. However, Musandam radiates positivity and young innocence, like a playful high school student. The brushstrokes are neither bold nor thin, the unique shape of the letters works well with high contrast over the background.
This particular Muslim font would look perfect in a more laid-back project like greeting cards, posters, event flyers, or teen magazines.