Imagine a customer is asking for 421 blackboards to be handwritten with different informations. This is what happened to Studio Schultess from Munich in 2015. Studio Schultess asked us if it would be possible to create a typeface which imitates a certain style of handwriting perfectly, so that they could use it as a typeface instead of handwriting all boards. They where thrilled about the positive answer that some days later we received uncountable vectorized characters. We had to put all different signs together into a fully working font where we created via a smart opentype feature a typeface which changes between three stylistic alternates while typing.