The secret underbelly of the Photo-Lettering blocks featured an illustrative Spencerian script. Unfortunately it is not possible to bring this style to photolettering.com without the yet-to-be-invented steel nib roundhand filter.
Photo-Lettering’s well-thumbed ingenious indexing influenced the modern web-based paradigm used on this site. Only eight-thousand or so alphabets to go!
Tuggle helped House Industries write an analog infinite loop of redundant latin ligatures for Rick Klotz’s Reserve Gallery. Banjo and West Elephant patterns keep things busy even in slow customer traffic times.
A single furniture-grade plywood Tuggle ampersand braces up before joining its friends for the long trip to West Hollywood’s Reserve Gallery.
Freshly pulled Banjo alphabets fill House’s Grand Rapids printing studio with evaporative distillates and aniline-dyed Tuggle ampersands.
A swashbuckling Tuggle initial cap proclaims potential wearer’s proclivities toward reinvigorated radical runes.
Tuggle has a checkered past, but even a inexperienced photolettering.com user can create simple letterformed graphics with a solid colorful footing.
Banjo’s vector outlines make infinitely scalable scales on freshly-caught hand-printed hardwood Koi.
House Industries crafts people combined reclaimed dotty pine and silvery Times Square for ichiban toro-fresh Koi sashimi.
Sticky design situations often mask simple alphabetical solutions afforded by assorted PLINC and House Industries alphabets.