Introducing: Northwell! A rustic, dapper handwritten font with a personal charm. With quick dry strokes and a signature style, Northwell is perfect for branding projects, homeware designs, product packaging – or simply as a stylish text overlay to any background image.

Northwell includes 3 font files;

1. Northwell • A handwritten script font containing upper & lowercase characters, numerals and a large range of punctuation.

2. Northwell Alt • This is a second version of Northwell, with a completely new set of both lower and uppercase characters. If you wanted to avoid letters looking the same each time to recreate a custom-made style, or try a different word shape, simply switch to this font for an additional layout option.

3. Northwell Swash • A set of 20 hand-drawn swashes, the perfect finishing touch to underline your Northwell text. Simply install this as a separate font, select it from your font menu and type any A-U character to create a swash.

  • Fonts are provided in TTF & OTF formats. I recommend installing the TTF files, and the OTF only if necessary. There is no difference in function with either format.
  • Fonts include multilingual support. Please message me if you’re unsure of any language support.

Ligatures • Are also available for several lowercase characters (double-letters which flow more naturally). These are only accessible via software with opentype capability or a glyphs panel, e.g. Photoshop/Illustrator.

That’s it! We really hope you enjoy it & please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any other queries.

Now enough of reading this, get out there and make it happen 🙂

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4 Comments on “Northwell Font

    • Reply

      Hi Zuzanna, thanks for your purchase! I know I’ve spoken to you via e-mail, but thought I’d better reply here in case anyone else was wondering – Northwell has been updated and now includes Polish language support 🙂

    • Reply

      Hi Deniese, yes absolutely – I’m having some trouble with the type-tester on my website at the moment, sorry about that! But in the meantime you can test-drive the font over at Creative Market at the link below – if you scroll down below the description, you should see a text box where you can type anything to generate a preview of it written in Northwell. I hope that helps!

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