About this font family
Parvin is a new creation of Naghi Naghashian. Parvin design fulfills the following needs:
A. Explicitly crafted for use in electronic media fulfills the demands of electronic communication.
A modern interpretation of Naskh which was invented as calligraphic style by Ebn Moghleh, a Persian savant in ninth century. This script is the most widely used, and its popularity has increased through the centuries. Most recently, it has served as a basis for the typefaces that are in use today.
B. Suitability for multiple applications. Gives the widest potential acceptability. More…
C. Extreme legibility not only in small sizes, but also when the type is filtered or skewed, e.g., in Photoshop or Illustrator.
Parvin’s simplified forms may be artificial obliqued in InDesign or Illustrator, without any loss in quality for the effected text.
D. An attractive typographic image.
Parvin was developed for multiple languages and writing conventions. Parvin supports Arabic, Persian and Urdu. It also includes proportional and tabular numerals for the supported languages.
E. The highest degree of calligraphic grace and the clarity of geometric typography. This typeface offers a fine balance between calligraphic tradition and the Roman aesthetic common in Latin typography.