This font is a result of a stylistic experiment based on the Glagolitic alphabet which was created in 855 AD and was used in various Slavic cultures throughout history. However, soon after its emergence, it began to lose popularity and was subsequently replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet . Therefore, it never enjoyed the systematic development and evolution of most modern scripts still in use.
The purpose of this experiment is to create a faux-modern Glagolitic script by simplifying and unifying the various character shapes and also to make an artistic guess about the way they could have evolved through the centuries. The original Glagolitic alphabet is famous for its complexity, which was probably well suited for the cursive aesthetics of its time. It is important to notice that simplifying doesnt necessary equal improving from a designers point of view. And yet, as a tool that has a predominantly practical side, after the invention of the press its simplification would have been unavoidable.
Um, super cool.
(You can download for free it at the source.)