Gwionbach was inspired by a highly decorated page from an antique Celtic manuscript where a combination of Latin and Celtic letter styles produced an attractive hybrid form with lots of interesting character variations. Imagine the letters in the font outlined, gold filled and with decorative highlights. It also includes some special feature characters like special heavy weight over and underlines. The name comes from Celtic mythology. It’s an alternative name for the legendary bard Taliesin. By St. Patrick’s day of this year, Gwionbach will be one of several new fonts added to our Celtic collection You can try out the free demo version of Gwionbach for either MacOS or Windows, and the full version of Gwionbach is available on our Ordering Site.