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Woodside Graphics (was: Arroyo-Style California, or: Rustic Spirit)

This graphic design firm in Westlake, Oregon makes original fonts. Through MyFonts.com, they are selling

  • Presidio (2001). Presidio is a stylized version of the hand-lettered calligraphy typical of the Mission era of early California.
  • Craftsman (2001). The Craftsman font is a faithful reproduction of the logo, or Title typeface used for Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Magazine, the foremost journal of the American Arts & Crafts Movement during its publication years of 1901-1916.
  • G+G (1996). The only authentic digitized version of the unique handlettering of Pasadena architects Charles and Henry Greene.
  • Syracuse (1999). The explanation for this arts & crafts typeface: In Syracuse you will find hints of Dard Hunter's work at the Roycrofters in East Aurora, New York, a little of the Art Nouveau style of 1900 Vienna, even a touch of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's design ideas in Glasgow, Scotland. The font was named for the city in New York where Gustav Stickley produced his Craftsman furniture.
  • Mission Art (2001). Mission Art contains 26 design elements from many of the California missions.
  • Stickley Decorations (1997). Stickley Decorations contains 26 classic images from Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Magazine.
  • Batchelder Ruff (2000). Batchelder Ruff is a battered version of the typeface used for titling in the catalogs and advertising of the Batchelder Tile Company in Pasadena, California in the 1920s.
  • Greene Designs (1997). This font consists of 26 design elements derived and adapated from various architectural works of Charles and Henry Greene who created hundreds of designs for houses, furniture and decorative arts in their own unique interpretation of the Arts & Crafts style in the early years of the 20th Century, mostly in Pasadena, California.
  • Batchelder Elements (2000). Batchelder Elements contains 26 images from legendary Pasadena tilemaker Ernest Batchelder's design books of the 1920s.

Other designs include Wild Wood, Prairie, and handmade notecards drawn from early designs featured in Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Magazine, published between 1901 and 1916.

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Commercial fonts (small outfits) ⦿ Dingbats (original) ⦿ Architectural lettering/typefaces ⦿ Arts and Crafts Movement ⦿ Type scene in Oregon ⦿ Handwriting fonts ⦿ Art Nouveau typefaces ⦿ Calligraphic typefaces ⦿ Religious symbols ⦿








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Luc Devroye ⦿ School of Computer Science ⦿ McGill University Montreal, Canada H3A 2K6 ⦿ lucdevroye@gmail.com ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org ⦿ http://luc.devroye.org/fonts.html