And yet there are but postcards, it's terrifying - Jacques Derrida
So nice to see Jeremy Cooper talk about his passion for postcards and about Molly Rooke of whom I knew nothing. As a life long lover and maker of postcards myself I am delighted to find your excellent blog. I have a postcard in the Bokship show and several in Jeremy's excellent book . I shall indeed be back to peruse your blog further.Michael Leigh
Hi Michael. Thanks for your comment, and congrats on being in the Bokship show. And I've just discovered your blog http://a1mailart.blogspot.co.uk/ Brilliant
Interesting subject. It reminded me that there was a postcard project at a show of student art majors at the University of Minnesota last year. It was a wire postcard rack with printed postcards. It said "Please take a postcard" so I did. It is just a white postcard with the words "Greeting from" in the upper left corner.
What an interesting way to present a postcard! lol lovely.
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The reason for a craftsman's postcard is to express a thought, tasteful and scholarly, particularly and solely as a postcard, that could be really postable, notwithstanding when made of wood, or bone, or steel. The shows are not only postcard-sized artistic creations, but rather they draw in independently with the frame and reason for the postcard.every door direct mail postcards printing
Thanks a lot for your video description and guide. I am agree with you that postcard is public work. But, everyone have to know that, postcard is very easy and beautiful way to send any message to anyone.