Pixl is a new pixel typeface. Best displayed at 6pt (or multiples thereof for larger sizes) it is only 5 pixels high. With an x-height of 4 pixels, an ascender of only 1 pixel, and a descender of also 1 pixel it is one of the smallest pixel type familys around.
You may notice similarities to Susan Kare’s ‘Five Dots’ or Jason Kottke’s ‘Silkscreen’ because — truth be told — there’s only a limited number of ways that you can arrange pixels in a 5 pixel high box, but Pixl differs in that it has both uppercase and lowercase, full symbol support (as much as can be arranged to be recognisable at this small size), and many variants.
To gain use of this extended character set (including symbols, bold, italic, monospace and serif) you will have to visit our site at http://superpositionkitty.com
and buy the font!
But here at dafont you can download this demo that contains all 26 characters (uppercase and lowercase) free of charge.