Woodside Graphics

Woodside Graphics (formerly "ARROYO-STYLE"), a small graphic design firm located on the central coast of Oregon, offers total design services ranging from ads to brochures, custom announcements, business cards, stationery, and logos for individual and corporate clients. Woodside Graphics produces a line of specialized artistic computer fonts, many of them "Arts & Crafts"-related, including G&G, the only authentic digitized version of the unique handlettering of Pasadena architects Charles and Henry Greene. Other available products include handmade notecards drawn from early designs featured in Gustav Stickley's "Craftsman Magazine," published between 1901-1916.