Logo - Hebrew Font Shuneet

Free Hebrew Font

A modern font for an ancient script! The members of the Shuneet family all share a basic style which draws on the ancient roots of the Hebrew language.

You can download these 18 Hebrew fonts for free and use them on Windows, Mac or Unix.

Word Processor Set

Download these six fonts packaged for convenient use in a word processor:
Shuneet Classic and Classic Bold
Look good in documents as diverse as a Ketuba or an Art Gallery Prospectus.
Shuneet Oblique and Oblique Bold
This exotic font has calligraphic elements and is an excellent way to print poetry or a biblical inscription or even travel advertisements.
Shuneet Square and Square Bold
This font is a workhorse! Use it for advertisement, signage as well as for your email and browser. It is readable at small sizes.

Free Hebrew Font Family - Modern Hebrew Font Design
This is the Wordprocessor Package, from the top we have Shuneet Classic Regular and Bold, Shuneet Oblique Regular and Bold, Shuneet Square Regular and Bold

I designed this font using the Font Creator Program Version 6 from High Logic for the shape of the glyphs.
The precise layout of characters using Open Type is achieved with Microsoft VOLT.

Designer Set

Download these seven fonts packaged for graphic designers and typographers.
in a graded range of weights, each being individually designed. They are Shuneet Fine, Shuneet Thin, Shuneet Book, Shuneet Medium, Shuneet Demi, Shuneet Bold and Shuneet Heavy.

Free Hebrew Font Family - Text from Genesis
This is the Designer Package. From the top we have: Shuneet Light, Thin, Book, Medium, Demi, Bold and Heavy.

Technical Specification.

Unicode and Open Type fonts work on Windows, Macintosh and Unix. May be used in any up-to-date word processor, spreadsheet, email or browser software and in the Adobe design suite.

These fonts are designed to work together and all have the same vertical metrics so they can be mixed on a page. Each font has the same set of 247 characters:

  • Hebrew letters and Hebrew vowels called nikud, niqqud or nikkud.
  • Single characters that combine letters with a dagesh and/or nikud.
  • Hebrew for Yiddish and Judeo-Spanish.
  • Hebrew punctuation.
  • Latin letters and punctuation (for English, French etc)
  • Numerals suitable for tabulation.
  • Symbols such as currency, arithmetic, various brackets, copyright, etc