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Hi-Fi colour design is a digital color studio founded in 1998 by Brian Miller. The company was founded on four principles: "Learn" (teach the aspiring digital colorist), "Create" (provide opportunities for the aspiring digital colorist), "Share" (display the work of the aspiring digital colorist), and "Connect" (connect talent with need).

Since the company's inception, they have worked for a variety of publishers including both Marvel and DC Comics. Most recently, they were tasked with the colors for Star Trek: The Next Generation - Hive from IDW Publishing.

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