BRUSHWOOD is a display serif typeface based on the Century Schoolbook letterform. Its design process is pretty peculiar, since it's entirely composed by vector freebies of floral ornaments. As single elements, they were pretty cheap, but arranged with care, the result became interesting.
HIGHLIGHTS / Wired Italy used Brushwood on their november 2011 issue. I fell in love with the mag as a design student due to their innovative use of graphics inside their editorials, and always wondered to be there one day. When I saw the email about the commission my reaction was (°o°) OMFG SERIOUSLY ?!?