We started out in the graphic design biz, back before computers. We cut amber- and ruby-lithes, pasted up galleys of type, and probably used several gallons of white plaka (a flat, white paint, used by designers) to correct errant lines drawn with our trusty Rapidiographs. Today, everything is on computer, save for initial sketches or cel-based cartoons. Even though there’s not as much demand for images and words on paper today as in years past, we still love it. Here’s some representative samples of our work in that area.