Read online free Al Shabiba daily newspaper in Arabic (العربية) from Oman: Asia. Al Shabiba. Surf our Website. Address. P.O. Box: City: Ruwi Muscat. Tel: Fax: E-mail: [email protected] Al-Shabiba Mazraa (in Arabic الشبيبة المزرعة) is one of the traditional sports clubs in Lebanon established in , with a long established program in football .

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It seems to work, but this is still work in progress.

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What the CEO says…. How would the logo look on a t-shirt? Ariss himself may join forces with a young Arabic designer and create the Arabic version of his legendary US product.


Here shabjba a few relatively recent releases that could be of use in a contemporary newspaper or magazine: The design of Al Shabiba I show you here assorted pages from Al Shabiba, starting with the Page One, so that you get to see the design beyond the controversial logo.

The stroke of the Yeh is high enough to be read as an ascender.

And of course the designs themselves are new, designed in the last several years by Nadine Chahine at Linotype in collaboration with both Zapf and Frutiger. With three more hours before the dinner, just stay tuned. Today we finalize things here and I plan to show you some of the full pages for both Al Shabiba and Times of Oman as the day progresses. Today we must finalize it, plus continue the work on pages to ready them for the launch April 4. To that effect, I asked him what he had read recently about the subject of Arab font development.


Discussions of logos such as Al Shabiba are more difficult than when one is looking at the logo in a Latin font. But, as I keep mentioning, the name of this newspaper, Al Shabiba, means The Youth, so a little young dancing on the page may not be a bad idea. For Al Shabiba, time has been well spent.

But, of course, the CEO may have a different idea. Back to the logo after gala dinner Scenes from dinner to introduce Al Shabiba and Times of Oman redesigns last night in Muscat Making the point: Here we are in HOT Muscat, going out for a quick lunch, and hoping for the best. But one states his opinions firmly, and must know when to say, now I leave it to you, who know your publication and your audience better, to decide. This diagram shows the logo we considered finalist last night, with corrections suggested by Nadine Chahine and Prof.

Ahmed dressed in white at right in most photos. Association football clubs established in Sshabiba clubs in Lebanon Sport in Beirut establishments in Lebanon Greek Orthodoxy in Lebanon Asian football club stubs Lebanese sport stubs.

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So, during the course of the meeting, with Osama the calligrapher going back and forth, we toil away, and come up with one that may fit sshabiba the requirements: The suggested version reads Ashibliah. Introducing the Times of Oman redesign. We are still going at it, and will keep you updated. Kinaan feels passionate about staying closer to classic Arabic characters: The club also had international participations.

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Not many designers use it these days, but it may have a vibrant renaissance in Arab language newspapers Frutiger: Opinions vary on Al Shabiba logo and we continue. The most conservative elements here think it is too young, that the sheen dances into the page anything wrong with that? Contact us with speaking requests, questions or to discuss a project.

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An inside page of news. We use it for Al Shabiba Palatino Arabic http: This is an Arabic calligraphy with years of tradition. I have a feeling we are almost there: The unconnected dots are still ok though. It is Saturday in hot try 42C and sunny Muscat, but we only see the sun thru the windows, as we are diligently working on doing final tweaks to the logo of Al Shabiba. Is making one character bigger, or colorizing it, as we do here, going to somehow change the meaning or the perception?

Here is what Reed reports: Also, the changes for Times of Oman. The club was a regular feature in the Lebanese Premier League for many years including a Lebanese championship title in during the reign of Nicolas Majdalani as president of the club. I now join them with our Garcia Media Europe art director, Jan Knyto give it all its final touches.

Sheen 1 carries a lot of visual impact; but some of the Arab calligraphy experts in the room say: Why modernize it and make people try harder to read it. Dot or flame, which will it be? Nassim was designed to work in small sizes, in a dictionary, say, or newspaper columns—a rare achievement.