Letterpress (relief) printing is one of the conventional printing techniques, a process by which the printing ink is added directly on the printing form with raised printing surfaces. The main industries of letterpress are traditional letterpress and flexography. The printing form used in this diploma thesis consists of a combination of wooden or lead letters. Due to the pressure caused by the printing press, the raised surfaces transfer the ink onto the printing material. Modernisation and other printing processes that emerged at the end of the twentieth century resulted in decreased use of letterpress; however, in recent years, it has returned. Because of the extra aesthetic value and the usage of this long lasting, traditional process, this printing technique adds and offers the final touch, when creating artistic or commercial prints. The purpose of this diploma thesis was to add and develop a set of wooden letters, used for letterpress printing in the studio tipoRenesansa. The analysis of characteristics of the existing letters enabled design and production of the missing letters, which were then used for printing. Simultaneously, digitalisation of the font antonija was in progress. The thesis was created using Glyphs, FontLab Studio 5, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator and Microsoft Office Word. The practical side of the project involved milling the letters, for which we used a computer–assisted design program, a computer-controlled CNC machine and a printing press machine. We completed the set with the seven newly end-cut letters, to which we will be able to add new ones because of the prior digitalisation of the alphabet. We also produced a series of three prints printed in the same letterpress technique.