Saints_Aplenty showcases the religious art of a bygone era on tasteful modern products for church, school, home, and office. During the late 19th-early 20th century, color printing replaced hand coloring in the production of sacred images. The new techniques--chromolithography and chromoxylography, printing from multiple limestone slabs and wood blocks respectively--were used to mass produce vivid devotional prints (or, in everyday language, holy cards) and lavish illustrations for books chronicling the lives of the saints. All images on this site are derived from such antique or vintage items in the designer's private collection of religious ephemera or from public domain resources. Imperfections are to be expected in century-old pictures, especially when greatly enlarged. To overclean them would change their essential character.