Woodkit is a typeface designed by Ondrej Jób and released through Typotheque in 2014. It was inspired by vintage letterpress and wood type, with each glyph designed to fill a square. Typographica described Woodkit as “a toy disguised as a typeface.” The family is available in three versions—Solid, Print, and Reprint—each with six unique styles such as “blocks” and ornaments.
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