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Monday, November 25, 2013
"A spelling-video, where each character is the initial letter of a font name."I just love the idea and now I'm trying to visualize P as Miss Postcrosser. Ohh, what about a postwoman? Is it too much cliché? Might be. I can do it better.
And what about you? Fill in the blanks;
....... is a letter that represents me .............. and I'd visualize it as ................... .
Try it! It's fun though!
The Alphabet from n9ve on Vimeo.
The Alphabet 2 from n9ve on Vimeo.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
I'll definitely keep posting from Istanbul and share the beauty of my city. Besides social media posting, I have a better idea: sending postcards! Who wants a postcard from Istanbul?
It's easy to receive one, just write me your postal address via firstname.lastname@example.org
Even I want to be more generous and let you precise your postcard preferences (like city view, maps, museums, cats, cartoons, etc.), it'll be limited time, so I might not be able to send your favorite one.
So tell me, who is in?
On my Postcrossing profile, you can take a closer look to the postcards that I've sent from Istanbul.
Sunday, September 15, 2013
Noah narrates a breaking up story via computer screen. Facebook relationship status, profile pictures, chats and even random chat rooms are all included to the process. So, basically, it's a story about how relationships are forming and even ending nowadays.
Is it sad but true, or just overrated? Check it out by yourself. Here is the video:
ps: have you ever hacked your boyfriend's / girlfriend's mailbox or facebook, twitter? So many years ago, I did once. It's more than terrible! You read everything you shouldn't have heard about. On the other hand, at the end of the day, you are the one who is miserably sad and plus guilty. Don't even think about it. ;)
Thursday, September 5, 2013
Tuesday, July 2, 2013
"First thing to know: Polaroids can be mailed without an envelope!"
As you see, all you need is a polaroid photo of you holding an open blank notebook. I prefer the photos without showing faces, since the focus can be directly taken onto the message. But it depends on your choice for sure.
After the photo shoot, take a fine point pen (or Sharpie) and write your message onto the blank pages of the notebook. Nevertheless, short messages fit better, such as, "Thank You", "Happy Birthday", "Merry Christmas", and etc. A quick reminder! If the message is from a group of people (a couple or a family for example), it is possible to include more than one person in the photo. Sky is the limit!
Final step; mailing postcard. You can just add a stamp and write address in a regular way on the back. But it is also possible to place stamp and address on the front, and write a longer message on the back. As you wish!
If you don't have any Polaroid camera (like me), maybe you should first start to the project from googling an affordable and recommended camera (like I do). ;)
Monday, July 1, 2013
During my stay in NY, I've been always looking for new stationary ideas. Nevertheless, there were lots of charming notebooks, sticky notes, stamps, pens and pencils. Among all, there was a beautiful postcard display idea in MoMa museum shop; a postcard notebook.
Sunday, June 30, 2013
I've missed writing and my photo archive is full.. inevitably, there will be more posts on postcards, books, travelling and DIY projects in the following days. maybe more giveaway projects. who knows? ;)
Monday, April 15, 2013