Supernett font started as a small idea and ended up in a hand-drawn Sans-Serif in 6 styles. Light, Regular and Bold plus specifically drawn Italics. More than 4700 glyphs per style to pursue one goal: let the font look real hand-made, let equal glyphs look different to each other. Three OpenType features are specially tailored to enhance this impression, with a maximum effect when applied to big type:
Letters and numerics alternate randomly between three different variants: OT Contextual Alternates
All glyphs rotate randomly and slightly around their own axis: OT Swashes
Varying Baseline Shift
Each single glyph moves individually up or down: OT Titling Alternates
Furthermore Georg Herold-Wildfellner wanted to create a well legible handwritten font. Neither fancy nor maverick, rather conventional to keep the font versatile and its character simple. The extensive character set supports Central and Eastern European as well as Western European languages.
Designer: Georg Herold-Wildfellner