letterpress prints

  • We teamed up with Spokane cartoonist David Rowles on these Helvetica-inspired notecards, each of which offers an inside joke only you and your designer friends will understand. Perfect for every occasion, from birthdays to bar mitzvahs to weddings to anniversaries. Or just a quick note to your mother on Sechseläuten.
  • Our very own international style: Beans from Guatemala, Peru, and Brazil join a sans serif typeface from Switzerland in a coffee so smooth and balanced that it’s just as delicious from a French press as it is in an Italian ristretto. (Or a good old-fashioned American drip.) Also available as a monthly subscription. Wondering what to put this delicious brew in? Wonder no more.
  • monthly haus blend

    $14.00 / month
    Get a pound of Haus Blend delivered every month – and save a couple of bucks while you’re at it. Beans from Guatemala, Peru, and Brazil join a sans serif typeface from Switzerland in a coffee so smooth and balanced that it’s just as delicious from a French press as it is in an Italian ristretto. (Or a good old-fashioned American drip.) Start any time; your card will be charged on the first of each month until you end your subscription. But really, why would you do that? Afraid of commitment? Buy it by the bag. Love to get some but lack the proper receptacle? We got you.
  • Inspired by a design from SFCC student Corri Woods, this 8.5” x 11” likeness of Haas Type Foundry project manager Eduard Hoffman is proof that even a 9-to-5 middle management position can eventually lead to typography immortality.
  • Inspired by a design from SFCC student Corri Woods, this 8.5” x 11” likeness of Helvetica designer Max Miedinger is the perfect centerpiece for your home’s Swiss sans serif shrine. (You do have one of those, don’t you?)
  • Helvetica’s two dads, immortalized in three colors. Buy the set and save around 4 CHF – enough for a medium pommes frites at the Münchenstein McDonald’s. (There’s a German joke about Swiss frugality that goes something like this: “Why did the Swiss executive fly third class? Because there was no fourth class!”)
  • These vintage coasters have been designed and engineered to handle everything from coffee mugs and tea cups to frothy steins of delicious, refreshing Helles. Enliven social gatherings and stimulate conversation about Helvetica’s superiority over all other fonts. Beverages not included.
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