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After making extensive use of furniture-grade plywood in recent exhibitions, House Industries is now making this medium available to its customers with four new plywood prints. Longtime House Industries collaborator David Dodde creates each print by hand with richly pigmented air-dried inks.
Carefully curated alphabetical details from House’s recently released Eames Century Modern font family and the forthcoming Photo-Lettering collection combine with David Dodde’s incomparable print quality to create these timeless furnishings.
House’s plywood prints also include a custom-routed hanging hole, eliminating the need for costly framing or other ungainly display methods. The 5/8" thick 20" x 26" plywood prints and are available from House Industries for $100 each at http://www.houseind.com/objects/prints/.
House Industries also drew heavily on printing lessons learned in several commercial and private projects to create a collection of seven new hand-printed serigraphs. Printed on acid-free stock from French Paper, the serigraphs feature eclectic elements from Photo-Lettering alphabets and House’s new Eames Century Modern font collection. French Paper is a small family-owned paper mill in Niles, Michigan.
The 20" x 26" serigraphs are available from House Industries for $45 each at http://www.houseind.com/objects/prints/.
House Industries is a unique oasis of typography and design that stands out in a cultural continuum of endless electronic effluvia. From their sketchpads, pencils, pens, brushes and bezier curves flow their passion for authenticity and integrity. House Industries fonts scream from billboards, wish happy whatever from tens of thousands of greeting cards, serve as the basis for consumer product logos and add elements of style to a wide range of mainstream media. House artists have mastered a large cross-section of design disciplines, transcending graphic conventions and reaching out to a broad audience. What ultimately shines in the House Industries oeuvre is what always conquers mediocrity: a genuine love for their subject matter. More information is available here: http://www.houseind.com/about.