We're very excited to unveil the Al-Amaan Center logo today, alhamdulillah!
The Arabic is 'al-Amaan' in a classical Thuluth script, one of the oldest forms of Arabic calligraphy, dating back to the 10th century CE. It's been treated with a subtle gold gradient, eliciting warmth, compassion and radiance. With the English text set in a soft charcoal, modern sans serif font, it's the perfect marriage of traditional and contemporary - a meaningful balance.
We also considered 17th century Ottoman Diwani script, often used for its cursive fluidity and undeniable beauty. Yet we found that the light elegance, structural integrity and form of the logo in the Thuluth script aligned with the vision we have for the Center. A clear, legible script, some of the earliest surviving copies of the Qur'an were written in Thuluth.
Additional details about the Al-Amaan Center vision revealed at Jumuah today.