Uncooked was launched in 2004 when a girl named Nat met a fellow named Armand. Nat has blonde glossy hair like a swimsuit model and Armand has a strong jaw and an unusually oily torso. Nat, attracted to a man with a slippery stomach, and Armand, looking for a lady with the locks of swimsuit model caliber, knew they were meant to be. Over the next year, they spent their days giggling about creeps and cloning machines and their nights dreaming about neck fat and tight buttocks. One day, while nibbling on prawns poolside, the most glorious idea popped into their tiny heads—they would create the most honest, most absurd, strangest, sweetest line of greeting cards the world would ever know, and they would call them Uncooked cards.
Now, 75 years later, Uncooked cards are sold all over the world and in at least one seaport that they know about. Nat and Armand are continuously expanding their brand with all sorts of products that are both papery and non-papery. In 2008, Nat and Armand turned their attention to the world of animation, opening an animation studio in their Tribeca, NY office space. Everything from animated shorts to television shows and animated cards are still developed, created and produced there. Then, in 2009, Nat & Armand sold their first animated show to a big fat network, which they are currently in production on.
IN THE PRESS:Uncooked has been featured in a variety of popular publications, including Daily Candy, Perez Hilton, Live with Regis and Kelly, The Chicago Tribune and Elle.com.