Target has teamed with Wisconsin’s Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum -- dedicated to the preservation, study, production, and printing of wood type -- on a collection of graphic gear. The "Vintage Varsity" t-shirts, hoodies, leggings, sweatshirts, sweatpants and totes feature images from the museum’s Globe Printing Plate collection. The idea for a partnership was sparked when a Target designer caught a screening of Typeface, Justine Nagan's 2009 documentary about the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum. Members of the megaretailer's design team later visited the institution to select antique woodblocks ripe for Americana-infused apparel. They worked closely with museum staff to create more than 100 different hand-pressed prints before toying with scale, layering and color. Type nuts can wear their Target togs to Two Rivers, Wisconsin, this November, when Hamilton holds its annual "Wayzgoose" type conference.