Greenwood is a mono-spaced (each glyph has the same width), unmodulated (the strokes have the same width), cursive (as if written by hand) script (erm... script). It is based on a typewritten letter from a Mr J. G. Greenwood Esq. to a branch of the National Westminster bank in Oxfordshire, Great Britain, dated 6th June 1904. This uncommon style of typeface is suitable for many tasks as it not only has the functionality of a monospaced font but it also has a quirky distinctiveness that lends itself especially well to any setting that requires a decorative font (and it reads surprisingly well in extended text).
Released: 01 March 2006