I once worked at a small graphic design agency. One of our regular clients was a company manager who liked to have a very involved hand in the design of his annual company magazine. He was ridiculous in a few ways, but this is my favorite memory of him.
This client would spend the year collecting political/newspaper style cartoons that he liked and actual photographs of his staff members. He would then, using scissors, cut the heads out of the photos and stick them on the cartoons.
They looked awful, with lots of jagged edges because he didn’t do it carefully and heads were usually completely out of proportion. These would come to us in a big envelope to be scanned in and used as fillers in the magazine.
My first year of doing his magazine, I offered to do it in Photoshop for him, figuring I could at least cut the heads out neatly and resize them so it looked better but he hated that idea. We all think he just really enjoyed playing with scissors and glue.