The handwritten font recalls that of a sign painter and is available in four weights. Each style has an alternative version with curved letters. Even without these curved versions, however, Linotype Gneisenauette is suited to the most diverse range of applications. This includes album covers for example, as shown here for the cover of the album from musician Raz Ohara.
According to Grinbergs himself, he chose the unusual name Gneisenauette because it has the robust nature of a German Gothic type, and the name illustrates and emphasizes this character.