In its original version, shown here, [Beowolf] was an exploration of what could be done with the now-deprecated PostScript Type 3 font format, which allowed for extra programming instructions in a font. Each letter shape changed in a random pattern each time it was printed, so that it never, ever looked the same.
Compare the repeating letters to see what this means, for example the four O’s and N’s on the two discs shown below. All these glyphs didn’t really exist as prefabricated letterforms in the font file, only as potential results of the randomization. With the exception of the handwritten title, Beowolf is used for pretty much all the text, from the credits in the inserts to the discs themselves.