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Coinciding with the publication of our new Arabesque 2 book, we talked to Beirut-based designer Pascal Zoghbi to find out just how important Arabic fonts are when it comes to forging an identity.

Since we published the first volume of Arabesque, the existing political order in many Arabic countries has started to change, often dramatically. In most cases, the younger generation has been a catalyst in demanding more freedoms and autonomy from entrenched regimes. Have you witnessed more boldness when it comes to design or how it has been used lately?
Designers are like visual writers or communicators, and some of them have been bolder, producing more street art and graffiti. Some graffiti has started a revolution, and some has been a result of the revolution. I think street art is more present now, but it doesn’t directly affect everyday design.
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