Paper House Productions opened it's doors in
1983 - the brainchild of architect and graphic designer Jeffrey Milstein. (That's Jeff in
the bottom right hand corner.) Operating out of his garage, Jeff began creating his diecut
architectural notecards. They were an instant success, receiving a design award from Print
Magazine and earning features in the New York Times and Architectural Record.
Paper House Productions quickly set the standard in diecut
notecards, being the first to cut photographs right to the edge with no white borders.
Superb diecutting combined with bold straight-on photography became the Paper House look
for the Eighties, which was soon imitated by competitors throughout the nineties.
In 1996, Paper House's best-selling diecut images
were given new life as refrigerator magnets. Superb diecutting, printing, packaging and an
attractive price point made these magnets an instant success. We highly recommend them for
your refrigerator.. We think you'll agree - your refrigerator never looked so good!