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Saintify - Craig Mieritz

Saintify is a contemporary re-imagining of Patron Saints featuring all original artwork, biographies and prayers. All designed for you to share, with your own personal message, by email, Facebook or Twitter.

Saintify brings a stylish way to share your life experiences with your friends and family through the prism of your belief.

Because we all need help sometimes, and to remember to believe.

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About the Creators

Craig MieritzCraig Mieritz has a long history of working in all sorts of media, from oil painting to film and fine art photography to interactive apps. He feels lucky to have worked with so many talented people along the way.

Gary Amaro is a concept artist and illustrator living in Berkeley, California. His comics work includes The Sandman and The Books of Magic for Vertigo/DC. His games work includes numerous titles for Electronic Arts. He keeps a sketchbook on hand at all times and is a correspondent for He likes history, folklore and storytelling, and teaches MFA illustration at Academy of Art University, San Francisco.

Kaolin FireKaolin Fire is a conglomeration of ideas, side projects, and experiments. Outside of his primary occupation, he also develops computer games, edits Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine, and very occasionally teaches computer science. He graduated with his Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley, with a specialization in Bioelectrical Engineering. He dreams of androids dreaming.

Anna MieritzAnna Mieritz is a survivor of 13 years of catholic schooling and holds a degree in Product Design Engineering. She primarily does User Interface Design, occasionally codes websites like this one, and often takes in stray animals.

Fiel ValdezFiel Valdez designs logos, apps, and web sites from California for clients around the world. This is the second time her work has touched Catholicism. The first was an illustration of an underwater scene for the church bulletin when she was in the fifth grade. Her favorite saint is her mom, the unofficial patron saint of perpetual leftovers.

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