The cards available from the Museum of Authenticity shop feature monochromatic graphic designs originally created in 2- and 3-dimensions by myself and others. Works already existing as 2-dimensional monochromatic designs are simply scanned, sized, and printed. To create a design from a polychromatic or 3-dimensional original, I use a two-layer masking film called Rubylith. The process entails outlining areas in the soft, light-resistant red layer with a knife and peeling them away, exposing the clear polyester backing. The cut film is scanned, the resulting pdf is sized, I choose the color, and the printer takes it from there. In this case, the art rests in imagining and creating the images; modern printing technology has curbed once-prohibitive production costs.