Art & Design
“We like to use the word handcrafted to describe our approach, which may seem odd in the digital world, but we think it speaks toward our commitment to bringing an artisan’s touch to everything we do.”
No arguing with Woodhouse, a small Michigan graphic design studio, whose commitment to balancing cutting-edge digital technology with thoughtful pre-digital design sensibilities is expressed in a suite of elegant black-and-white posters that pay homage to their favorite typefaces. A series of simple typographic compositions—given architectural heft via impeccably crafted 3-D illustrations—the posters also offer a brief history on the origins of each of the six typefaces featured, catnip for typography geeks everywhere.
No word yet on whether the posters are up for sale, but if and when they are, we’ll venture a guess that more than a few font fanatics will be snapping them up at record pace.