Bruno is an innovative multi-layered font which I developed at the KHB (University of Arts Berlin) under the guidance of Luc(as) de Groot.
It's basic form principle is that of a ribbon, folded and bent in space to produce the glyphs. I named it after my grandfather who was a poster designer and thus hand drew a lot of custom fonts.
Traditionally the use of multi-layered fonts can be very clumsy, since you often need to duplicate text fields and then align them precisely on top of each other. Not so with Bruno: I programmed an InDesign plugin for it that automates the whole progress. There's a one minute demo video here: https://vimeo.com/54004048
The font contains all necessary glyphs to display eastern, middle, and west european languages.