D. G. M. Typographics™ is the office of David G. Millhouse and is located at 87-D Utrechtsestraat, 1017VK Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

David G. Millhouse
by Michel Amet, Paris 2019.

D. Gareth Millhouse B.A., M.A., b. 1982 in Portsmouth, England.

Draws letterforms as more than ‘something to read’ since 1994 on the grounds of learning free speech. Works as an undertaker. Reads first book Minima Moralia at 24 while raising a boy for 12. Attains M.A. in Sequential Design at Brighton University in 2006. Publishes three issues of G. from 2007, sold primarily on Savile Row, London. Launches issue 3 from Frankfurt am Main [Fig]. Releases first TrueType font in 2008 as major part of desistant studies. 2012–2016 lives in Paris. Speaks with students from Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Willem de Kooning Rotterdam, Portsmouth University and Southampton/Winchester School of Art on the subject of Typography on #. Moves to Brussels Grand Sablon monastic site, 2016–2019. Pickpocketed of Earl Gris Vert on Paris Métro, retrieves it. Studies M.A. Type Design in 2019 at Reading University while hearing Shostakovich’s Symphony no.5 in D.Minor, Op.47 and declares self-tuition one month before lockdown. Releases Monylop font in 2020, as well as Oracidae and Isospin. Opens office on Utrechtsestraat, Amsterdam in July 2021. All fonts operating on this website, as well as the website itself, are designed and constructed by David G. Millhouse.



‘First it must be borne in mind that a fine book is more than “something to read”. The amateur looks for character in printing’. Four Centries of Fine Printing, 12, Stanley Morison 1924 (Ernest Benn Limited, London, Revised Octavo 1949).
Minima Moralia: Reflexionen aus dem beschädigten Leben / Reflections on a Damaged Life. Theodor W. Adorno, 1951 (Verso Books; (Radical Thinkers), translated by E. F. N. Jephcott, Reprint 2005).
  Read the essay entitled Family Volume
The workshop entitled #Hash in 2014 at Rotterdam’s Willem de Kooning Academy offered students a progressive outlook from the baseline-grid in relation to societal policy and courtliness.
Earl Grey tea is named after Prime Minister Charles Grey. In 1833 his government abolished slavery throughout the British Empire. Prior to that, trader of enslaved people turned abolitionist rector from 1780—1807 appends Rev. John Newton of Nicolas Hawksmoor’s St. Mary’s Woolnoth [Fig]
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The fonts are as follows — Monylop , Oracidae , Isospin , Caesura and Solit.
  Typefaces are obtained exclusively through direct correspondence. Enquire on Licencing as subscription to all fonts.


D. G. M. Typographics™