Frank Warren’s PostSecret project in a post-“Secret” world.
Other countries put beautiful beach scenes on their tourist postcards. Not us. We’re far too proud of our bus stations, roundabouts and motorway flyovers.
Krampus sees you when you’re sleeping, he knows if you’ve been bad or good — and he is coming for YOU!
These saucy seaside postcards used to be passed around Britain in their millions. Now they’ve been gathered up for a new book.
The old-timey ephemera at the antique paper show really makes you think.
Women are going to be more important than ever tomorrow at the polls. The 19th Amendment is only 92 years old.
Apparently sending Halloween cards used to be a thing. If only our family and friends mailed these gems to us.
Some of these postcards are a touch strange. Others are fascinating glimpses into American culture between 1950 and 1975. All are taken from the single-serving tumblr “Bad Postcards,” which offers vintage snail mail gems on a regular basis.
This old postcard from a Texas giftshop is hilarious. I especially like how New England is referred to as “Yankee-Land,” denoted by the thumbs-down symbol.
Franco Brambilla takes vintage postcards and ‘invades’ them with Star Wars and space aliens! [Alternatively, these are real photographs and your family vacations are just boring as hell.] (» See more on Flickr)
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A Flickr gallery of science-fiction imposed vintage postcards.
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