introducing White Pine, a free font

UPDATE: this font is now 100% free, no tweeting or sharing required. You can download it directly here

Hello, I’m so excited to share the first font that I’ve created, White Pine! I created this while working on a logo for a client. They wanted a serif font with a hand drawn feel. I had trouble finding exactly what I wanted and decided to create it myself. Now you can download it and use it on your projects too! Just ‘pay’ with a tweet (or a facebook share). I’d love to see what you make with it, so don’t forget to share your project

This font is under the SIL Open Font License, so feel free to use it how you please.


29 thoughts on “introducing White Pine, a free font

  1. Oh my goodness! Amazing article dude! Thanks, However I am experiencing issues
    with your RSS. I don’t know why I cannot join it.
    Is there anybody else getting similar RSS problems? Anybody who knows the answer will
    you kindly respond? Thanks!!

  2. I keep doing it and says it has not been shared but I go to my fb page and its there. I have had to delete like 2 or 3 posts because I dont want that many on my timeline. Please help

    1. Hi Vikki, sorry for your trouble. You can now download the font directly without sharing or tweeting. Please see the new link at the top of the post

  3. I following the steps outlined and shared the font on my business page on FB, however, it couldn’t verify it so I am unable to download the font. When I checked my FB page, my post is there. Here is the link to my business page. Can I get the font emailed to me for download, since the usual process didn’t work? Thanks so much!

  4. Hi! I downloaded this font and it’s absolutely terrific. However, the numbers don’t seem to work – only the letters display in the correct font. The numbers seem to revert to the default font for the os. Is there a solution for that?

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