beirut: cultural connectives

rana abou rjeily is a beirut-based graphic + typeface designer who studied both in lebanon and at central saint martins in london. she offers a fresh perspective on arabic, elaborating on the basic differences between arabic and latin scripts through mirsaal, a family of typefaces that she designed. the related book cultural connectives, published by mark batty publisher, will be launched at the papercup bookstore on sat - mar 26 [6pm-8pm] in attendance of the graphic designer. check it out when in town! location: rue pharaon [mar mikhael].
© rana abou rjeily - detail of cultural connectives book