Aeronaut has been inspired by Kirchengotische Schrift, a font that can be found in a German font book from 1879 entitled Vorlegeblatter fur Firmenschreiber. Given its name, it was designed for religious publication. The glyphs of Aeronaut are derived from Textualis also known as Textura or Gothic Bookhand. Textualis represented the most calligraphic form of blackletter types and is today regarded as quintessentially Gothic. The decorative elements of Aeronaut, the swashes we call parachutes and the squiggly arrows of the upper-case characters soften the font's Gothic appearance. It's the reason why we labelled it a "Neogothic typeface that radiates trendy ease." Make it as modern as you like it to be. Aeronaut-Base and Aeronaut-Parachute allow bi-color compositions. Simply place them on top of each other to create playful, two-coloured headlines. Aeronaut-Balloon is similar to Aeronaut-Parachute but offers even longer swashes. Designed by Georg Herold-Wildfellner.