GAMAGO began by selling silk-screened tees featuring several of the brand's signature characters, such as the Yeti and Gama-Goon. Soon after, it expanded into the home goods manufacturer it is today, known for its line of inventive spatulas, ice trays, pot holders, and more. Who says you have to forget about your love of Saturday morning cartoons when you grow up? GAMAGO founders Greg Long and Chris Edmundson launched the company with the idea of using kitchen and other household items to remind people of the things they grew up loving. Their original characters were designed by influential pop surrealist Tim Biskup, whose art is now recognized internationally.