Originally designed for a theater identity, Brook is a monospaced typeface revisiting old typewriter fonts. The family consists of two contrasting styles that complement one another: a straightforward roman and a fancy italic.

Thirty spokes share the wheel’s hub; it is the center hole that makes it useful. Shape clay into a vessel; it is the space within that makes it useful. Cut doors and windows for a room; it is the holes which make it useful. Therefore profit comes from what is there; usefulness from what is not there.