It is drawn as a display counterpart to Fedra Sans Arabic. While the latter is a type family for continuous reading ranging between Light and Bold, Fedra Arabic Display goes further to the extremes on both ends of the spectrum. Hairline and Thin on one side, Heavy and Black on the other. The extremes are not mere weight extrapolations; they differ in character, spacing and details.

Fedra Arabic Display comes in 4 styles: Hairline, Thin, Heavy and Black. All available with their Latin counterparts.

Fedra Arabic Display started with Khajag Apelian, based on the drawings of Peter Biľak., and was finalised by Bahman Eslami under the direction of Kristyan Sarkis as part of the new Fedra Arabic family.

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