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I do like this new Davison Spencerian ‘B’ print from House Industries. It feels a little incomplete. Maybe a little motif or detail in the top left or bottom right?
New prints by House Industries: Worthe Numerals collection
Last day of Fanatical Mechanical exhibition tomorrow. Featuring House Industries’ photo-lettering archive.
Chunky Wooden Letters
Some solid-looking decorative type from House Industries.
Eames Stencil number tiles
As followers of this blog will likely guess, I’m a big fan of House Industries’ work. I’ve spotted a few things on their site recently, like these tiles, which I love. House Industries partnered with Heath Ceramics to create them using Eames Century Modern by Erik van Blokland.
These tiles combine Heath Ceramics’ clay, kilns and craft with House Industries’ Eames Century Modern font family in a timeless tribute to a classic California aesthetic.
See my previous post for house numbers by Erik Spiekermann >here<
Fanatical Mechanical: Photo-Lettering and the Paste-Up Era
House Industries celebrates the craft of Photo-Lettering’s past including lectures and an exhibition of historical Photo-Lettering components including original films, rare specimen books and ceramic artefacts.
House Industries and Herman Miller’s Type Tables
A limited set of 80 individual table top designs, employing the Eames Century Modern font collection, were created for events in Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Lovely prints from House Industries. Various artists.
As Unstrung Studio says, would make great presents