Angie and Tyson’s story is one of necessity and invention. They met in a tiny farming town —falling in lurve young and buying a little house in the rust belt. Problem is they had nothing, like nada, to furnish it with—not a curtain to speak of. Luckily, what they did have was complementary talents: Angie was a graphic designer and Tyson was skilled in construction and woodwork. So, they DIY’ed their own pieces to make their little house a home. The whole thing caught on, snowballing into a full-on business. The current line of wood art works and prints has lot of typographic tendencies: sweet little love notes they dreamt up and little snippets of prose.