It has x-height of 3 pixels, it is italic, inspired by old masters and most important – made by hand. You must not look too closely, because colors get visible. It's work in progress. Here:
I am also writing a program which will set text automatically. These horizontal lines in the picture is actually information about glyph unicode value and positioning.
It can be used in favicons and for … well, one reason is enough :-)
Scroll down for additional weights of roman, bold & bold italic.
The title was "First Handmade Subpixel Type Family, Ever*".
[* Moderator's note: Miha's enthusiastic use of the claim "first ever" has been seriously challenged by StoneCypher. Read on for the drama and sub-pixel intrigue, if you dare!]
PS: [[http://mrl.nyu.edu/~perlin/homepage2006/tinyfont/index.html|Ken Perlin's work]] is interesting too.