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E17: Erick Sahler Serigraphs

In this week’s episode, I talk to the graphic artist Erick Sahler, whose art many of you recognize from postcards I’ve posted on the Postcardist Instagram page. Erick creates large format serigraphs (you’ll have to listen to the show to hear about the definition) in a very compelling style. That “We Build Ships” postcard is...

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E16: Frank Warren of PostSecret

This is a special snapshot of who we were in the world for a very specific moment in time. –Frank Warren of PostSecret, talking about sending postcards in this episode of Postcardist. In this special episode of the Postcardist podcast, I interview Frank Warren of PostSecret, “an ongoing community art project where people mail in...

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E15: The Postcard Serial Killer

Imagine a serial killer who taunted his victims’ families and the police with postcards he wrote. In this episode, I interview Vance McLaughlin PhD, who wrote the book The Postcard Serial Killer. The podcast runs the gamut from describing the story of horrific murders that took place more than 100 years ago to the psychological...

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E14: Mini Episode 1

This week’s episode is a look back at the first 13 episodes of Postcardist, including show stats and some thoughts about growing the audience. I also talk about a postcard tacker I created and an idea for a postcard club? Want in? Send an email to postcardist@gmail.com.

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E13: Postcards from Kate

Postcards from Kate is a nonpartisan project that encourages people to write postcards to politicians, journalists, and influencers to encourage positive social change. In this episode, interview the founders of Postcards from Kate, Amelia West and Melissa Smith, about how they got inspired to use postcards by their grandfather, how they find positive stories, and...

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E12: Postcardist Master Class

Here’s a Postcardist Master Class. I was lucky enough to interview Mark Routh, who is a well-known postcard collector in the UK. Mark collects cards and studies the history of postcards. Plus, he’s written a monthly column for more than 25 years in the very highly regarded Picture Postcard Monthly. You can find Mark’s website...

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E11: Mail Artist Chloe McHenry

See that collage above? That’s an example of the terrific work that the mail artist, Chloe McHenry, creates. You can find her work on Instagram (parcel.tongue) by clicking on the image below: Chloe McHenry (@parcel.tongue) * Instagram photos and videos 1,315 Followers, 352 Following, 57 Posts – See Instagram photos and videos from Chloe McHenry...

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E10: The Great Postcard Giveaway

p What if you collected postcards the majority of your life, then woke up one morning and decided to give away all those postcards ? One at a time. That’s what this week’s guest did. Frank Boscoe created an Instagram site where he documents his Great Postcard Giveaway. Frank asks people to DM their address and...

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E9: Mailboxes of Seattle: An Interview with David Peterman

There are 347 free-standing USPS mailboxes in Seattle. Know why I know that? Because David Peterman documented every one of them in a series of photographs over a year on Mailboxes of Seattle. In this very cool project, David took selfies in front of every single publicly accessible blue mailbox. And I was lucky enough...

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Cannabis Dispensary Postcards

Here’s marketing at its very best. This is a postcard from Serra, which bills itself as “Purveyors of Quality Drugs.” Their Portland store is a long way from the old head shops of the 1970s. My friend who sent this card said the place has a minimalist design aesthetic. Totally chill. If the quality of...

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Jeepneys in Manila

That’s a Jeepney in the Philippines. They’re a very popular form of transportation around the country, says Jens Meiners in Car and Driver: Jeepneys are the Philippines’ most popular form of public transportation, and they are a pure anachronism. They got their start as Willys Jeeps left behind when American GIs departed the Philippines at...

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E8: Obscure Mailboxes, Nellie Bly and How to Drive a Postcardist Crazy

A new episode of the Postcardist Podcast is available. In the most recent show we talk about a mailbox that was found on a rocky outcropping in the middle of nowhere; we ask if Nellie Bly sent postcards during her journey around the world in 72 days; and we discuss a new business idea for...

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