Jawi is a writing system used for writing the Malay language and other languages of Southeast Asia. Based on the Arabic script, it consists of the original twenty eight Arabic letters with six additional ones constructed to fit the sound pattern native to Malay but are not found in Classical Arabic.
Until the 20th century, Jawi remained as the standard script of the Malay language. With the advent of western influence, Jawi was reserved for religious education and the Malay language adopted the Latin alphabet, Rumi, for general usage.
This tee has the address of our workshop and studio on the back, while the front spells FIN in Jawi.