What better tribute to Albert Einstein than making his handwriting live on through a typeface? That's probably what Harald Geisler, a German typographer, and Elizabeth Waterhouse, an American dancer, thought.
They recently launched a Kickstarter project to create a font that emulates Albert Einstein's handwriting. It quickly reached double of the necessary funding, so we can already rejoice to see it happen soon.
The typeface itself seems already quite advanced and matching the handwriting of the physics genius. It uses alternate glyphs to make it look more real and not too repetitive.