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Post’d: envelope backs – basic manila with inky stamps

Post’d: envelope backs – basic manila with inky stamps

To remind and inspire myself, i often photograph envelopes before they embark on their journey. The fronts contain folks’ personal address (which i shoot to keep a record i never actually look back upon to recall who i’ve mailed) so i shan’t share that bit, but i will gallery up the backs – really for no purpose, just for amusement and artsy funtimes. 

This batch are under-stated (made in Penang, Malaysia to transport watercolour pictograms) hearty manila card-sized and adorned with new-that-day inky stamps proclaiming various instructions or attributes, along with my distinctive seal of approval.

Post’d: envelope backs – basic manila with inky stamps

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Post’d: envelope backs – maps, generally

Post’d: envelope, backs – maps

To remind and inspire myself, i often photograph envelopes before they embark on their journey. The fronts contain folks’ personal address (which i shoot to keep a record i never actually look back upon to recall who i’ve mailed) so i shan’t share that bit, but i will gallery up the backs – really for no purpose, just for amusement and artsy funtimes. 

This batch all have envelopes made from re/upcycled maps. The paper is robust and colourful and well-suited for the purpose. Well, truth is, one simply has a sticker map of Hokkaido, but a maps a map so here we are.

Post’d: envelope, backs – maps

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Post’d: envelope backs – miscellanea

envelope backs – miscellanea

To remind and inspire myself, i often photograph envelopes before they embark on their journey. The fronts contain folks’ personal address (which i shoot to keep a record i never actually look back upon to recall who i’ve mailed) so i shan’t share that bit, but i will gallery up the backs – really for no purpose, just for amusement and artsy funtimes.

This batch, well… are just as-is, a few of this and that. No theme, just ya know, envelopes which have subsequently made a long, likely arduous journey to a recipient and i feel that act alone is noble and should be commemorated, as such… here they are.

envelope backs – miscellanea

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Post’d: envelope backs – dog variations

Post’d: envelope, backs – dog variations

To remind and inspire myself, i often photograph envelopes before they embark on their journey. The fronts contain folks’ personal address (which i shoot to keep a record i never actually look back upon to recall who i’ve mailed) so i shan’t share that bit, but i will gallery up the backs – really for no purpose, just for amusement and artsy funtimes.

This batch all feature a stamp or stamps about dog(s), variations on a “theme” i suppose.

Post’d: envelope, backs – dog variations

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Post’d: envelope backs – via ocean liner

Post’d: envelope, backs –via ocean liner

To remind and inspire myself, i often photograph envelopes before they embark on their journey. The fronts contain folks’ personal address (which i shoot to keep a record i never actually look back upon to recall who i’ve mailed) so i shan’t share that bit, but i will gallery up the backs – really for no purpose, just for amusement and artsy funtimes.

This batch mostly include ocean liner envelopes or stamps – some could be grouped in with dog variations or maps or Japan collection but ya gotta break em up somehow right?

Post’d: envelope, backs –via ocean liner

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Post’d: envelope backs – vaguely Japanese

Post’d: envelope, backs – vaguely Japanese

To remind and inspire myself, i often photograph envelopes before they embark on their journey. The fronts contain folks’ personal address (which i shoot to keep a record i never actually look back upon to recall who i’ve mailed) so i shan’t share that bit, but i will gallery up the backs – really for no purpose, just for amusement and artsy funtimes.

This batch is vaguely Japanese-inspired – meaning Japanese stationery or decoration.

Post’d: envelope, backs – vaguely Japanese

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Post’d: Fresh(ish) Moo postcards

Fresh Moo cards (June 2015)

The folks at Moo.com make lovely postcards as well as greeting cards and “friendship” cards (though i suppose could be used for your business-type introductions as well). One of the great aspects –along with the exceptional quality – is you can choose a different “front” for each in the batch of 100. In other words: all the same on the back, all different on the front. Can upload images via Flickr or directly (and other ways too).

Anyhow, this is batch of postcards, received in June 2015, was made with my collections of art on the front including the “Gravelly Beach” series, static montage, global rambles and so on. They were quickly written upon and/or shared in other ways. You can get a special deal on shipping and help me keep up my postcards habit but ordering via my magic Moo.com affiliate link.

Fresh Moo cards (June 2015)

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Pictograms: Pokhara health home (watercolour pencil)

Pictogram: Pokhara (health home window)
Pictogram: Pokhara health home, gratitude card with window view of World Peace Stupa (watercolour)
Pictogram: Pokhara health home, gratitude cards
Pictogram: Pokhara health home, gratitude cards
Pictogram: Pokhara health home (single card)
Pictogram: Pokhara health home,  gratitude card
Pictogram: Pokhara health home, Gratitude card with view of World Peace Stupa (watercolour)
Pictogram: Pokhara health home, Gratitude card, front/back (watercolour + photo + ink)

Words aren’t for processing,…

Words aren’t for processing, words are for revelations and revolutions

Post’d: Telegrams re-mixed for a un-modern, post-forgotten age

Postcard still-life - Telegram collage
Postcard still-life – Telegram collage
Telegrams re-mixed for a un-modern, post-forgotten age. Water coloured with paints from a dollar store > cryptic messages scribbled fountain pen > inky stamps applied appropriately > chopped with tiny scissors > glued > addressed > mailed to magic makers worldwide > digitized for your possible convenience, enjoyment and/or pleasure.