Twirrewyn is Frisian for ‘Whirlwind’. I have always liked the Frisian language; it’s like a crossover between English and Dutch. When I studied journalism in Zwolle (a city close to Fryslân) there were a lot of Frisian students and I did pick up a few words!
Twirrewyn is a handmade font family: the fat version was made using a brush and ink; the light version was made using that same ink, but with a broken satay skewer instead of a brush. And yes, you have guessed right, we eat a lot of Satay!
|File name||File size||File type||Options|
|Hanoded Fonts License & FAQ - READ ME!.pdf ||61 KB ||PDF ||view|
|Twirrewyn Poster 1.png ||50 KB ||Image ||view|
|Twirrewyn DEMO.otf ||80 KB ||Font File ||download|