I hand-inked a 1933 P.T. Barnum type specimen from American Type Foundry, creating a playful and idiosyncratic wordmark. The offset ampersand adds interests and fun, illustrating the quirkiness of the sport.
Yew & Ash is named after materials that made up medieval bows. The ampersand becomes a pattern of sorts on supplies and the building exterior. 

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