Keifer Art, Inc.
Mr. James Keifer
Holder of 18 patents, Mr. Keifer invented his first game “Thunder Road” when he was 21. After a long period spent heading the board-game divisions of such well-known establishments as Mattel and Spinmaster, he decided his talents would be better served as a game inventor and ‘consulting game designer’ (for want of a better term). You can find his recent inventions “Rotten Apples,” “All In” and “Fish & Chips” at Barnes & Noble, Target, Toys R Us and Walmart. Keep an attentive out eye out for such games as “Doink!,” “Rubik’s Battle,” “Fishing for Words” and “Kiss My Bass" to be appearing on shelves shortley. Also relevant is the somehow "online" game “Picturiffic,” soon to be something called an "App.”
Miss Lucy Keifer
A recent graduate of New York’s Sarah Lawrence College, Miss Keifer seems naturally evolved for the invention of board games in a way that might interest Mr. Darwin. A woman of a regrettably scholarly bent, she has published three articles about Mr. Holmes and written indexes for such acclaimed wordsmiths as Mr. Neil Gaiman and Mrs. Cornelia Funke. On her own time she enjoys translating Anglo-Saxon poetry and studying the occult.
Miss Emily Anne McGillicuddy Keifer
Miss Keifer attends the prestigious University of Southern California, where she studies potential applications of the Lumière brothers’ strange “moving pictures” device. In the event that this invention proves a mere novelty, she has simultaneously embarked on a professional illustration career. Miss Keifer is recently back from Paris, where she has been studying the works of the great masters.
Ms Kathleen Keifer
Ms. Keifer is known across the world for her attractive seascapes, collected by famous and infamous alike. Her entrepreneurial spirit, marketing acumen and unexpected problem solving notions (derived no doubt from her Irish heritage) make her a true boon to any endeavor. One of her charming pictures could be yours, by visiting her online premises!
Miss Claire Keifer
Miss Keifer currently attends the Eugene Lang College in New York City. For some strange reason, she studies such things as “media” “culture” “advertising,” and some strange application of Mr. Babbage’s Difference Machine known as “coding.” All these things together have been instrumental in getting our humble project out to see the light of day.