For a meagre $5 a month, you can receive a beautiful snail mail postcard from the Post Club. The project is by the talented Canadian illustrator and graphic designer Chris Pecora, who clearly loves his espresso as much as he loves his nonna.
Nowadays, receiving mail is a rare and joyous occasion—and when we say “mail,” we don’t mean credit card statements and hearing-aid flyers—we are talking about real mail: letters, photos, and postcards from far-away friends. Every month, we create a limited edition postcard to be shipped worldwide to our subscribers. Each card is an exploration of something we find interesting, and is designed and screen-printed with love.
|Antonin Fourneau's Water Light Graffiti|
|Natalie Luder's Bacon Scarf|
|Time Lapse of Planet Earth as Seen from the Space Station|
|“A short cut through spacetime allowing for travel over cosmic scale distances in a short period.”|
|“If you fell asleep in 1945 and woke up in 2018 you would not recognize the world around you.”|
|CaptchaTweet: Write Tweets in Captcha Form|
|How to Avoid Jury Duty|
|Read Advice People Wish They Had at Your Age|
|“Reliably bottling up miniature stars, inside complex machines on Earth, demands otherworldly amounts of patience.”|
|The (Very Scary) People of Public Transit|
|Walking Car Concept|
|“How Facebook Gave my Data Away Without Me Knowing.”|
|The Racist, Sexist Tendencies of AI|
|Timelapse of a Tesla Model 3 Being Made|