Many research projects have demonstrated the benefits of bimanual interaction for a variety of tasks. When choosing bimanual input, system designers must select the input device that each hand will control. In cooperation with Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL) we developed a graphical editing application that uses pen and touch for bimanual interaction. The system consists of a large touch table (MERL’s DiamondTouch) with an overlaid Anoto pattern that enables pen input. This project shows a novel interface design for bimanual graphical editing that was built on top of Adobe Photoshop CS3. All standard windows and tools are hidden, we replace them with our pen and touch enabled interface. Amongst others, we demonstrate a touch based pie menu, bimanual selections, gesture support for cut/copy/paste and a novel concept for user feedback.