Konstata is a niche font. Created for use as stencil for signage it features a set of only 10 different elements out of which you can compose the complete typeface. Therefore it borders between being somewhat grungy, modular and classic. Konstata is supposed to be stenciled with closed counters - which is possible due to the modular system. In fact there are no bridges in it at all. It consists of a complete set of unicase letters - numerals are meant to be done as roman numbers, german diacritics are includes as ue (ä), oe (ö), ae (ä) and ss (ß). Any medium will do the job but I suggest using fast drying paint like Placka, Edding or Montana 94 spray-paint to speed up the process of composing all elements.
On the keyboard you will find all 10 elements on the position of numerals (0-9); a set of fully composed characters on the position of lowercase letters (a-z incl. ü, ö, ä, ß); and every letter composed by the lowest possible number of parts at the position of capital letters.