The Vox Typography Posters (a.k.a "Mugshots") consists of "stereotypical actors" who portray three Vox Classification categories. Each in this set of posters describes the history, usage, and defining typographical characteristics of its associated category. The actors are created by rotating letters of a typeface within its class into an expressive human form. They hold cards that detail the typeface's originating date, designer, and foundry. The final pieces are 13" x 19" and are only sold as a set.