Mail Me Something

Mailing Postcards

Scored and Ready




For five Tuesdays, starting July 19, 2011, I spent the day at the letterpress studio at Druckwerkstatt in Berlin making printed things; I made enough of everything I printed to send a copy to people around the world who had signed up for something I dubbed Mail Me Something. Here’s what I produced:

  1. Postcard from Berlin
  2. Alphabet Book
  3. Vollmond Kalender 2012
  4. Frühling, Sommer, Herbst, Winter
  5. Thank You Card

I had so much fun with the project, I’ve decided to keep going.

Sign Yourself Up

If you’d like to get added to the list of Mail Me Something subscribers, just click here to register, and make sure you check the “Mail Me Something?” box and enter your mailing address.

Already Registered

If you’ve already signed up, and want to stop the torrent of mail, or change your mailing address, login here and edit your profile.

Mailings are irregular, and not every mailing goes out to every person.

Thanks for your interest and support!


Georgina's picture
Kids and I loved receiving your letters in the mail. Children felt extra special having something addressed to them. Thanks! Georgina
seigiac's picture

Even though I have been following your blog for several years now, this is, if I recall correctly, the first comment I am leaving here. I also just registered for the Mail Me Something project. I love your blog and I love PEI. I don’t live up there anymore but I keep in touch with the beautiful island through your blog. Please keep the posts coming. Kudos from Mexico, Seigi.

Lukas Bergstrom's picture

I have a small exhibition going in my house. The “seasons” cards are on my mantel, and get rearranged every three months. (How you choose to arrange them probably says something about you - do you put the current season on the far left, meaning you only look forward?)

Valerie's picture
How’s your funding? Are you ready for new donations toward materials and postage–and is your PayPal account still up and running?
Andrew MacPherson's picture

Really like my Islander card. Would also like to make a $ contribution.

Jennifer Dixey's picture

Lovely poem arrived in the mail today. Thank you for keeping it (really) real.

Post new comment

You can comment anonymously if you must, but I would prefer it if you used your real name.
The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. If you have a Gravatar account associated with the e-mail address you provide, it will be used to display your avatar.