Moo.com and I must say they did a terrific job!
It is just amazing to me how inexpensive printing a color, glossy postcard is these days. I remember well when it was unaffordable to print just a few cards like this. They were only $1 a card!
I ordered 20 different cards so that I would have a variety to choose from to send to Kat Sloma for the Liberate Your Art project.
As you can see, I put my blog address and e-mail address on the back so people will know where and from whom their piece originated.
I have been energized to mail my art away ever since participating in Jane Davies postcard swap to save her rural Rupert, Vermont post office. I think it is a great way to get your work out in the world. To release it from the confines of the studio where, at least in my case, it piles up and piles up until there is nowhere left to put anything.
Not everyone has the time or energy to do craft fairs or to have gallery shows. My life is such right now that I barely have the time to get into my studio at all. So for me, this is quite a perfect way to put it out there. This particular swap requires the cards to be printed and not to send the original piece, but that is OK. I will send the original art whenever it is required and for this swap I will send the printed art.
On the front of the Moo.com postcard box there were these words:
Postcards: Helping keep mail alive!
I think that sums it up rather well.