Following in your father's footsteps is admirable, like Adam Arkin, who just like his father Alan, exists! Following in his dad's hand-prints, the dude from Olde Press Prints of London.
The 25-year-old legacy of an immigrant Brit now passed on to his equally infatuated flesh/blood, OPP revives the lost art of typesetting by seeking out rare printing ephemera, then recreating it into fully functional stamps, unlike those good-for-nothing 43-cent stamps that won't even work with Gmail. The wood-backed copper/lead plates are available as either full alphabet sets or single initials in fonts like the circus-throwback FairGround, the morose Gothic, and the lighter Fancy; there are also representative symbols ranging from animals (collies, Welsh dragons), to musical instruments, to Masonic runes, which oddly couldn't predict Anthony's next hairstyle. OPP's using actual antiques for home decor, including old typecase boxes for displaying whatever wood letters you choose, and pre-designed collages, one of which reads "Go! UT", though your exuberance will also seem antiquated now that we're no longer (Mus)champs.
The full detail of the vintage blocks comes across much better in person, so the master himself will be on-hand for the rest of the week at the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, where he'll also showcase newfangled blocks like the aforementioned armored creatures and Harrier jets -- also of British design, they follow in the footsteps of Daddy Mac to make you Jump, Jump.