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No matter who you are, were you live, or who you love, if you’re looking to connect in the realest ways with your people who matter most, we’ve got you covered with cards that totally get you and your tribe.

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Take a peek into the brilliant, quirky and sometimes strange world of our featured artists.

Studio Ink cards by Carrie Shryock

Carrie Shryock, Artist

Carrie’s happy place is on a hike in the mountains that leads to a crystal lake where she can skip rocks.

Fun fact: I hate being the center of attention.

Childhood dream job: A veterinarian. I still think that would be fun.

Favorite food: Homegrown tomatoes fresh from the garden, sliced and seasoned with just a little bit of salt. Or on a BLT with a side of corn-on-the-cob. That’s the definition of summer where I come from.

Preferred medium: I have to choose?! Well, I’m a bit partial to painting with gouache at the moment. But when it comes to art supplies, I don’t discriminate.

Biggest compliment: My sister-in-law says I have “the Carrie filter.” I like to spend time just observing the world, soaking it in and letting it all rumble around in my head. Then it all gets spit out in my artwork.

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Studio Ink cards by Daniel Miyares

Daniel Miyares, Master Artist

Daniel believes your ideas can transcend your circumstances. And making art is his favorite anything.

Fun fact: I am obliged to watch any movie that has John Cusack in it. Obliged.

Childhood dream job: Artist (since I was about four years old).

Hometown: Simpsonville, South Carolina

Ideal day off: Painting, goofing off with my wife and kids, and staring into the ether.

Favorite food: Barbecue.

Pets: Had a dog named Buddy that died last year. He was my BFF for eight years. I’m still crazy about him.

Pet peeve: Small-mindedness.

Preferred medium: Ink and brush on paper.

Nicest thing anyone has said to you: “I do.” —My wife on our wedding day.

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Studio Ink cards by Jack Pullan

Jack Pullan, Senior Artist

Get on Jack’s good side by offering him clementines (“they’re nature’s candy”), or join him in a little Disney karaoke.

Fun fact: I know all the lyrics to the complete soundtrack of Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

Childhood dream job: I wanted to drive around in a van and solve mysteries. Or be an artist.

Ideal day off: Binge-watching The Golden Girls.

Favorite food: Lasagna, because it’s spaghetti-flavored cake.

Pets: I have a Labrador and a Boston terrier, and I foster Chihuahuas.

Philosophy: I didn’t choose the pun life. The pun life chose me.

Preferred medium: I work digitally, but I prefer Etch A Sketch® or LEGO®.

Biggest compliment: That I look like Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory™.

Anything else: Anything?

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Studio Ink cards by Lauren Hom

Lauren Hom, Artist

Lauren’s bright color palettes and playful hand-lettering are fueled by hard work and spicy chips.

Hometown: Southern California

Childhood dream job: Artist!

Ideal day off: I would sleep in, bake a pie and go to the beach and drink piña coladas all day.

Favorite food: Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.

Favorite anything: Waking up thinking it’s Sunday, but it’s actually Saturday.

Pet peeve: When I reach into the bag for another chip, but there are no more.

Philosophy: Work hard, snack often!

Preferred medium: I work super simply! I love cheap mechanical pencils and Sharpie markers.

Fun fact: I still listen to emo music from high school.

Trivia for your fans: When I was 9 years old, I won a citywide hula hoop competition. My reward was a gift basket of salamis and flavored popcorns.

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Studio Ink cards by The Firecracker Press

The Firecracker Press

The Firecracker Press opened shop in February of 2002. They’re pros at letterpress and love combining antique printing technology with modern thinking.

We are: Nerds. Very hardworking nerds.

Fun fact: St. Louis, our home base, was a major printing hub in the 1800s through the early 1900s, and many of the tools and equipment we use have a direct connection to this rich history.

Ideal day off: Outdoors. We all have an appreciation for nature and enjoy Missouri’s many trails and waterways.

Favorite food: We are on a very serious quest to find the perfect chocolate chip cookie.

Pet peeves: Dirty rugs, talking with your mouth full, squirrels destroying your garden, people with no manners and misuse of the words your, you’re and yore.

Biggest compliment: The Missouri History Museum referred to us as the “future history of St. Louis.”

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Studio Ink cards by Ampersand Design Studio

Ampersand Design Studio

Carrie Kiefer and Morgan Georgie share a lot of things—design aesthetic, a love of Rainbow Brite™ and maybe even a brain.

Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri (for eva!)

Secret ambition: Carrie: I secretly wanted to be a country singer.
Morgan: No secret, always an artist. Since I was three and taking classes at The Nelson.

Philosophy: We try to always keep in mind that we are living our story. So we’re just trying to make it a good one!

Preferred medium: Carrie: Pen and ink.
Morgan: Cut paper

Favorite food: Carrie: Black olives. And wine.
Morgan: Cheese with a side of cheese.

Ideal day off: Carrie: Sleeping.
Morgan: At the beach. Sleeping.

Obsession: Color! All we want to do is play with colors all day.

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Studio Ink cards by Sarah Walsh, Artist

Sarah Walsh, Artist

Sarah loves to draw, still believes in unicorns and can’t be left alone in a room with milk and cookies.

Hometown: Albany, New York

Childhood dream job: What I am now. Or a horse whisperer.

Preferred medium: The mighty pencil, gouache, Photoshop, colored pencil, cut paper.

Favorite food: Coffee and a cream cheese bagel.

Ideal day off: I’d fly to Cali in my imaginary jet and take a surfing lesson.

Obsession: Baby animals of any kind. All the baby animals!

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Studio Ink cards by David Olenick, Artist

David Olenick, Artist

David spends his time like he spends his money: prudently, thoughtfully and predominantly on sangria and guacamole.

Philosophy: It can be summed up thusly: “How dare you, David? Who do you think you are?”

Preferred medium: I went to see a medium on the Lower East Side a few years ago. She contacted the spirit of one of my ancestors who warned me to sketch only with ballpoint pens stolen from banks and hotels.

Secret formula: 1 sketchbook + 2 glasses of wine + 1 sleeve of thin mints + being slightly anxious precisely 96% of the time = hilarious.

Favorite food: Though it’s a beverage, I have no choice but to say coffee. I really like gummy bears (what grown man doesn’t?), but I’ve never been rude to a cab driver because I was deprived of them.

Obsession: I became addicted to decorative bookends about three years ago. It was a freaking nightmare.

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Studio Ink cards by Tina Neidlein, Master Writer

Tina Neidlein, Master Writer

Tina would like all her former grade school teachers to know that, actually, it does pay to be a smart-ass.

Hometown: Loudonville, Ohio

Inspiration: Tina Fey, Mindy Kaling, Airplane and Airplane 2, Saturday Night Live, The Onion.

Creative outlets: Cooking, walking up and down the aisles of The Container Store.

Weirdest personal talent: I have an abnormally large head. Does that count as a talent?

Guilty pleasure: Pop music—the more mainstream, the better.

Spirit animal: My French bulldog Jimmy, who hates getting out of bed and refuses to go outside in the rain.

Happy place: As much as I love the beach, I gotta say good ol’ home is my favorite place to be.

Obsession: Laffy Taffy, celebrity gossip, Orange is the New Black.

Anything else interesting to share: I am not a classically trained dancer.

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Studio Ink cards by Danielle Kroll, Artist

Danielle Kroll, Artist

Danielle inspires everyone with her whimsical artwork, but she herself is inspired by junk—um, that is, “vintage treasures.”

Hometown: Oakland, New Jersey

Inspiration: I try to retain a sense of childlike wit in my work, so those magical days I spent as a kid in New Jersey inspire me most of all.

Creative outlets: I keep a travel sketchbook for every trip I take.

Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate chip.

Proudest moment: When I bowled a 208.

Guilty pleasure: Playing Nintendo.

Spirit animal: Flamingo.

Theme song: Fantastic Mr. Fox sound track—it’s bouncy, happy and kind of weird.

Happy place: On a hiking trail with a good snack and a good friend.

Obsession: Rocks and minerals.

Fun fact: I used to play the saxophone and have dreams of playing the harp.

Studio Ink cards by Mirna Stubbs, Senior Artist

Mirna Stubbs, Senior Artist

Mirna’s unique style draws inspiration from her toddler’s very free and bold mark-making, and she hadn’t tasted chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter or tacos until she moved to the U.S. at age 17.

Places lived: Tuzla, Bosnia; Berlin, Germany; and Tampa, Florida, before moving to Kansas City.

Creative outlets: I love to cook. If I didn’t have a million college loans to pay off, I’d go back to school for culinary arts.

Favorite ice cream: I’d rather feast on some dark chocolate.

Pet peeve: Wrinkled rugs. People who take the elevator for one floor—going down! I could go on, but it would make me seem unpleasant.

Weirdest personal talent: Talking myself out of working out.

Proudest moment: Being called “Mama.”

Guilty pleasure: Napping…any chance I get.

Theme song: Something gypsy-like. With an accordion.

Happy place: Outside by a fire with friends, music, food and drinks.

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Studio Ink cards by Amber Goodvin, Senior Artist

Amber Goodvin, Senior Artist

If you’re reading this between 4 and 6 p.m. CST, Amber may be at Happy Hour. Amber loves Happy Hour.

Hometown: Lawrence, Kansas

Inspiration: Seeing everything again for the first time through my son, who is three.

Creative outlets: Sewing, gardening, long walks with the pugs.

Favorite ice cream: Salted caramel at Glacé.

Pet peeve: Ankle socks, sports radio.

Weirdest personal talent: Pretty awesome at Tetris.

Proudest moment: Meeting Samuel “Screech” Powers.

Guilty pleasure: Watching The Bachelor (want to stop, can’t stop) and taking the corner piece of cake (I am a frosting person).

Spirit animal: Mermaid. Oh, you weren’t sure a mermaid could be classified as animal? Well, of course it can.

Happy place: Sitting on our second-story screened porch at night.

Obsession: Harry Potter

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Studio Ink cards by Kate Sutton, Illustrator

Kate Sutton, Illustrator

Kate’s list of favorite to-dos: running, yoga, learning French, drinking tea, talking to her cats and making lists.

Hometown: Liverpool, England

Artistic style: Naïve with a limited palette.

Inspiration: Maps, lettering, patterns, children’s books, nature, animals.

Creative outlets: Loads of editorial stuff and other bits and pieces.

Favorite ice cream: Strawberry.

Pet peeve: Litter bugs.

Weirdest personal talent: The ability to talk to animals.

Proudest moment: Running 50 miles.

Guilty pleasure: Trashy magazines.

Spirit animal: Pigeon.

Theme song: Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart.”

Happy place: In a pub with a pint and a packet of crisps after a massive run in the mountains.

Obsession: My cats, Charlie and Craig. But any cat will do.

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Studio Ink cards by Rachel Ignotofsky, Designer/Illustrator

Rachel Ignotofsky, Designer/Illustrator

Rachel designs and illustrates by day. Then, at night, she can’t help herself. She draws even more.

Hometown: Plainsboro, New Jersey

Artistic style: Anything that will make you smile and, hopefully, make you think a little, too.

Inspiration: Saturday morning cartoons, science and history.

Creative outlets: My Etsy shop and creatively eating things that other people cook.

Favorite ice cream: Coffee toffee chip.

Weirdest personal talent: Does a lazy eye count?

Proudest moment: Getting my picture in the paper for spiffiest spud, the best decorated potato, when I was five.

Guilty pleasure: Watching cooking shows while eating—it’s a whole sensory experience.

Happy place: In a blanket fort.

Obsession: Talking about throwing themed dinner parties.

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