We published our first line of six greeting cards in 1984, setting up shop in the former factory for the
world-famous Pierce-Arrow automobile. We moved down the road in 1995 to another refurbished automobile plant,
Buffalo's Tri-Main Center (once home to the Ford Model T). Focused on making cards - not cars - we grew
steadily, adding to our space four times before settling into a15,000-square-foot studio that now
houses our design, printing, fulfillment and administrative operations. Of course, our process for
hand-silkscreening cards is even older than the turn-of-the-century brick that surrounds us. We
invite you to read more about how we make our cards.