Apart from bills and such, isn’t it quite an exciting change to receive mail in these days of frenzied online interaction? The company D-bros seems to think so and has designed Booooon!, a quirky set of three envelopes that makes it even more fun. If you follow their tearing instructions, you will end up with […]
Fear not. These 70-foot concrete arrows bisecting the United States from San Francisco to New York City are not the work of scheming aliens. They were placed by the diligent US Postal Service’s Air Force way back in 1924 to guide their postal planes as they deliver mail from coast to coast.
Whoah, what is this? If it doesn’t smell fishy, it must at least smell like fish poop. Not that you’d find an option to ship that, though on Shit Senders, which allows you to order fresh dung (choose from the fine produce of cows, elephants, gorillas — or make a combo shit pack) and send it to the vile company you keep.
Jon Burgerman, Sarah Ray, Muxxi, Famous When Dead, Emma McCann and a total of more then 240 artists from over 20 countries, Mail Me Art is back with round 3, this time at Framers Gallery in London. A percentage of the sales of all the original art work and the new Mail Me Art book […]
Wish you could travel to the most exotic corners of the globe, but you’re just too short on time? Then you should order A Box From whatever city you get curious about. A Box From is a little box full of all the best things from a city. Take A Box From Seoul. It’s full of cute […]
If you’ve ever wanted to send letters to your future self — or someone else — but never knew how to for obvious logistical reasons, now you can. In Shanghai, you can locate one of these crafty postcard cafes and post a card as far into the future as you like. There are 365 different […]
If you want to be destructive, you better be creative at it. This may sound to some of you like an oxymoron, but it’s apparently not. I love these beautifully executed hate mail postcards by Mr Bingo for the very fact that he’s managed to turn something so negative into something that is fun. He […]
In April 2011, UK-based illustrator Mr Bingo started a hate mail service where he’d decorate postcards with offensive messages (e.g. ‘You are a loser and you have a fat back) and post these to the designated recipents. It was such a hit that he had to temporarily close the service after six days. He eventually did 400 hate mail postcards and ended up publishing 100 in a book. We love how hilariously petty and irreverent these are — and there’s not one ounce of spite in them.