Fratello Nick Split Monogram
Fratello Nick Split Monogram is a hand-lettered text with 101 glyphs to play with. It was inspired by my beautiful red-headed son Nick and his love of books! Fratello Nick Split Monogram is considered a split monogram form, where an initial is split by a space for your name, event, address or other intentions. This, the first of the family, contains Split Monograms with no ornamentation in the lowercase slots, and wreath decorated Split Monograms in the uppercase slots. By typing a comma or period before and after the Split Monogram character, you can extend the split bars to best match the width of text you type in between (preferably using the Capitals or SmallCaps from Fratello Nick Bold, so the line weight matches up best when scaled down). Try customizing your monogram by combining it with any of the Fratello Nick Ornaments for additional flair. You can also type conjoined Split Monograms for unique effect and uses. Like a book that just can’t be put down, you’ll want to spend lots of time exploring all of the possibilities. Peruse the pictures at the bottom of the Fratello Nick Family home page to see examples of the ‘Font in Use’. While on the homepage, be sure to also click the READ MORE link for ‘The Story Behind the Font’.
Give Fratello Nick Monogram a try! Test it out by typing in the sample text box at the bottom of the page. For Decorated letters, type holding the Caps key. For Plain letters, type using the lower case keys. Click on “View Glyphs” in the green box in the upper right to see what’s included in the font or click here.
Click here for the Fratello Nick Split Monogram User Guide to learn more.
This purchase is for a one-user license and your download will include both an OTF (OpenType Font/Format) and a TTF (TrueType Font/Format). They are both compatible with Macs and PCs
Go to our FAQs page for information about what is permissible under the basic license for this font. Please see our End User License Agreement (EULA) for the complete set of terms and information regarding extended licenses. For more help using my fonts, check out my video tutorials on my YouTube channel.