Date Joined: September 7, 2010
Last Online: March 11, 2018
I LOVE POSTCARDS. I am very fond of cool postage stamps. I also like nice writing utensils. Walking into a stationery shop will often increase my heart rate. Fave colour is turquoise. Silver is pretty nice, too.
Other things I enjoy: travel, books, writing, stationery, fun office supplies, road trips, photos, letters, museums, street art, funny/friendly/creative people, open highways, mail art, salty chocolate, beaches, forests, trivia, free parking spots, fonts & lettering, my neighbourhood, train tracks & trestles, tiny houses, funny signs, hand-painted signs, movies, flannel sheets, pens that write smoothly, zines, really old mason jars, Quantity/Inkognito/NouvellesImages/Tushita/Fotofolio/Catch/Bizarr postcards, washi tape, and loads of other things.
I really like cats.
I'm pretty sure I've got a paper fetish.
Tea: Fave is Earl Grey. I enjoy most teas except for Chamomile/Roiboos.
Will trade you some amazing mac + cheese for some blank BANKSY postcards. The only ones I've been able to find are the Banksy vs. Bristol Museum Official Postcard Set. Update: I now have one from Fotofolio, and thanks to a generous swapper - another of the Junk Food Caveman!
Update (12-May-2015): I have amassed quite a few more Banksy PCs, thanks to some generous and thoughtful swappers! I'm still collecting them, so if you would like to trade - please send me a message. Thank you!
I'm looking for postcards that show the interior or exterior of theaters, grand opera houses, or cinemas.
I love images of abandoned movie theaters, but am skeptical such postcards exist. I like all kinds of abandoned buildings; they tell so many stories.
Cards I collect (in no particular order):
I'm not a huge fan of younger kid-type cards, Disney, etc., but I understand that some people like them and that's cool.
I DO like graphic novel type art/comics/etc.
Suggestive postcards are fine. I'm over 21, and then some! Nothing degrading or realistically violent, thanks.
Handmade postcards: I like these, and have been the lucky recipient of some really amazing ones. I've also gotten rectangular-shaped pieces of scrapbook paper with little more than a stamp on them, as well as greeting/note cards cut poorly in half. I'd prefer to not receive the latter types.
If you enjoy taking photographs and turning them into postcards - I always appreciate seeing these.
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