What could be added to the Teddy family to give it a stronger aura of usability and fun? How about a set of dingbats / icons / pictures in a compatible style? We immediately thought of Berlin-based illustrator Bea Davies. She is a stylistic chameleon, and quite resourceful when it comes to thinking solution-oriented; there was little doubt that she would skilfully adapt the unique shapes of Teddy to a striking and useful set of picture glyphs. Bea liked the style and charisma of Minjoo’s Teddy, and soon started to hand in witty Illustrator drawings. Once the set had reached a respectable quantity, Minjoo and Andreas Seidel produced the font, making sure that icons that were registered as Unicode glyphs were assigned to the right slot.