Sold out

Mail Art Subscription for June 2020

$20.00

  • Image of Mail Art Subscription for June 2020
  • Image of Mail Art Subscription for June 2020
  • Image of Mail Art Subscription for June 2020
  • Image of Mail Art Subscription for June 2020
  • Image of Mail Art Subscription for June 2020

Get art mailed directly to you! Goes on sale at 10am 5/24!!

Sign up for this one-month subscription and get lots of weird things sent to you. How many weird things? Hard to say… depends a lot on how the month goes. Very good chance we’ll all be dead by the second week of June, so I don’t want to over-promise. You’ll get at least three, most likely more. It’s a big surprise! It’s like an Ipsy box!! Only it comes in an envelope at least three times and I made everything.

Stuff you’ll get will veer on the colorful/cheerful side, and may or may not include creepy animals, COVID-19 good luck charms, obsessive doodles, springtime scenes, and lots of words. Hand-drawn! Also prints! Original works of art! Family-friendly; made with the intention that the receiver is an adult, but definitely ok for kids 13 and up (kids younger than 13 might just be bored with it and not really get it).

People who subscribed in May will wind up getting at least five things. Overall, this is just meant to be a nice, weird treat that will hopefully brighten your day. And we all need some day-brightening these days.

Everything will be sent through regular mail and can fit in a mailbox so you won’t have to go pick it up. Sit home, be quarantined (assuming we’re still doing that), and every so often something really strange will show up with your name and address on it. And if your mail gets misdirected and your next door neighbor sees this envelope with colorful designs on it, they’ll probably think you’re an eccentric and secretive art collector, and will make up elaborate stories about you. See? Might be fun!

Limited to 20 subscribers.
*USA addresses only*
Runs from June 1 – 30th; will receive your first piece of mail by June 5 assuming the USPS exists by then.