Food packaging turned into mail art....Like us on facebook
I love developing products that look new aesthetically but are made from repurposed materials. Mail art is interesting to me for lots of reasons:
1. Snail mail is a beautiful way to make your intentions known. After all, it takes more effort than electronic correspondence.
2. Whatever you write on a postcard is aired out for a while before getting to where its going.
3. It only costs $0.32 to send a postcard domestically!
4. While in transit it's mobile public art - who knows who reads it, holds it, is inspired by it on the way.
5. A few days later it arrives and well, that means someone's gonna open their mailbox and get a little (or big) piece of you.
6. The odds are you'll get snail mail in return... even if it takes a little while.
7. Postcards get tacked up on fridges, car dashes, mirrors, used as bookmarks, get put into 4x6" frames... whatever happens to them they're tiny pieces of art that remind someone of you.
P&R postcards are $3
photo by Hannah Hiles Photography