Aisha Font

About the Font

Aisha Font was inspired by studies into the Maghribi script; its regular Arabic weight is based on a foundry type unearthed in a 19th-century book by Titus Nemeth. Titus reinterpreted the sources in the context of modern use and technology throughout the design process. He created a Latin face to go along with the Arabic, sketching them as separate but closely related types.

The Latin version of Aisha is an example of a design in which the Arabic version influenced the orientation of the Roman letters rather than the other way around. The final designs have expansive curves and cheerful variations, creating Aisha a historically informed font for modern needs, with a broad variety of weights in both Arabic and Latin, based on a study surrounding Maghribi calligraphy and inspired by expressive Moroccan letters.


Aisha Font is a gorgeous script typeface that has a handcrafted calligraphic feel to it. It’s finished with a lot of different options. This typeface is ideal for a variety of projects, including wedding invitations, business cards, quotations, posters, social media branding, blogs, greeting cards, clothes, and goods.

License Information

This typeface is available in both a premium and a free form. Its free version can be used without a license in all of your personal projects, but it has some limitations. Its commercial edition, on the other hand, offers a limitless number of features and styles for any type of design job, but you must pay for the license.

Font Information

NameAisha Font
StyleDisplay, Script Font
AuthorTitus Nemeth
File FormatOTF, TTF
Font LicenseFree for personal use

Aisha Font Free Download

This typeface is available as a freeware variant that is free of all restrictions when used in personal projects. The typeface can be downloaded by going to the website provided below. It is not permitted to use the font in commercial projects without first obtaining a license.

Supported Languages

Aimaq, Algerian Arabic, Baharna Arabic, Chadian Arabic, Dari, Dehwari, Eastern Egyptian Bedawi Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, Gulf Arabic, Hadrami Arabic, Hazaragi, Hijazi Arabic, Iranian Persian, Iraqi Arabic, Libyan Arabic, Moroccan Arabic, Najdi Arabic, North Levantine Arabic, North Mesopotamian Arabic, Omani Arabic, Qashqa’i, Saidi Arabic, Sanaani Arabic, South Levantine Arabic, Standard Arabic, Sudanese Arabic, Sudanese Creole Arabic, Talysh (Arabic), Ta’izzi-Adeni Arabic, Tunisian Arabic

Afar, Afrikaans, Asturian, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Cebuano, Corsican, Danish, English, Faroese, Galician, Ganda, German, Hiligaynon, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Javanese (Latin), Kalaallisut, Latin, Luxembourgish, Malaysian (Latin), Manx, Neapolitan, Norwegian, Occitan, Portuguese, Romansh, Romany, Samoan, Sardinian, Scottish Gaelic, Sicilian, Spanish, Sundanese (Latin), Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Tokelau, Tsonga, Tumbuka, Venetian, Walloon, Xhosa, Zulu.

Font Family Includes

  • Aisha Latin Regular
  • Aisha Latin Semibold
  • Aisha Latin Bold
  • Aisha Latin Extrabold 

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Font FAQs

What type of font is Aisha Font?

Ans: The Maghribi script inspired Aisha Font, and its regular Arabic weight is based on a foundry type discovered in a 19th-century book by Titus Nemeth. Throughout the design process, Titus reinterpreted the sources in the light of current use and technology. He designed a Latin face to go with the Arabic, drawing them as distinct but similar forms.

Is Aisha Font safe to download and use in My PC and MAC?

Ans: Yes, It is 100% safe to download for both PC and MAC.

Is it OK to use this on an online platform?

Ans: Yes, you can use Aisha font on the online platform.

How to install Aisha Font font in Computer?

Ans: Check PC or Mac instructions link to install Aisha Font on your computer.

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