We're Robyn and Charity, a Deaf wife and wife art and business team currently located in the central coast of California. We are big fans of rescue animals, bright colors, POW WOW street art, exploring new cities, whipping up delicious vegan dishes, writing about board games and making breakfast for dinner.
Clean School Paper was born when we started playing with the idea of reimagining American Sign Language in fun unique ways. As Deaf designers, we aim to bring a different approach to Deaf art. We have many designs and future products currently percolating in our heads that we look forward to making and rolling out, so keep your eyes peeled!
Thanks for making it out here. We'll make sure your time is well rewarded. :)
Robyn and Charity
Robyn is a self-taught illustrator and motion graphics designer. She graduated with a double major in Television, Film and Photography (TFP) and Graphic Design from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., and an Masters in Fine Arts in Design & Technology from Parsons The New School for Design in New York City. Things she loves: watching her favorite film and television title sequences, playing intricate pirate-themed board games (and Sid Meier's Pirates! on the original NES), following street artists and muralists and seeking out hidden froyo shops.
Charity is a self-described planner and big-picture thinker. She graduated with a BA in Psychology from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. and a Master of Urban Planning degree from Hunter College in New York City. Her work includes the California High Speed Rail project- a long-long-long-loooong term project here in the State of California. She co-founded Clean School Paper to channel her creativity into something that makes a difference and to make things happen (not just plan them). Things she loves: walks on the beach, watching shows and films with a strong female lead, knitting, kitting out an entire stockroom and eating spicy Szechuan food!