Item of the Day: Uncooked Cards
Natalie Carbone and Armand Prisco started Uncooked ten years ago while daylighting as Mad Men on Madison Avenue. The greeting cards, which I call “the venom to your boring options”, offer up a variety of never seen before ideas, both print and animated. One of my faves is the “I’m sorry” category: “If I had a time machine I’d go back in time and take back what I did. Then again, if I had a time machine I’d be rich and wouldn’t need you anyway.” If you’re my kind of person, you’ll appreciate Uncooked’s quirky, often times inappropriate sensibility, and especially enjoy the look on someone’s face who doesn’t.