Design Letters is a Danish design company founded by former copy writer and journalist Mette Thomsen. Mette has always been a great fan of words and writing and in 2009 she merged it with her passion for design by establishing DESIGN LETTERS. In 2009 there were none fashionable letters in the interiors world. Only multicolored letters for kids' wall decoration. Why not change this, she asked herself, and felt the idea was so good that she decided to quit her job and founded DESIGN LETTERS by launching a radically different series of monochrome letters. Later the company's collection expanded to include Arne Jacobsen’s hand-drawn typography designed for Aarhus City Hall in 1937 and in 2013, his grandson Tobias Jacobsen, designed these trendy cups with his grandfather's famous letters. The company was given the permission to revive this elegant font and now the Bauhaus inspired typography is as modern and fresh as ever.