Early in my career (just before desktop publishing really hit) I freelanced as a graphic designer and loved working with ruby lith and her sister amber (it's funny if you're an old-school production artist, trust me), Letraset letters, PMTs, T-squares, triangles, waxers, burnishers, tissue overlays and a bunch of other nearly forgotten tools of the "board" trade to create logos for small clients. Here are some of my favorites. My friend Phil Reynolds (a REAL designer) says my work "didn't suck." I'll take that. Phil is one of the three best designers/art directors I've ever worked with. The other two are Susan Ash and Brian Grubb.