Gruesome stationary developed by Jacques Pense for NBC UNIVERSAL Global Networks Deutschland, a German crime and horror channel:
Posts Tagged ‘Mailer’
To be honest, I’d pretty much entirely forgotten about the whole thing, so the pleasure of receiving a postcard morphed into confusion as to who would send me something so rude, and finally dawning realisation and laughter.
Anyway, the hate mail:
Click to enlarge, but in case it’s not clear, the postcard is a 1962 photograph of Malaga and the drawing on the back is of the Gerkin giving me the finger.
Seeing as the three people who actually read this blog already know who I am, blanking out my name and address is a little self-indulgent, but it makes me feel like a total – REDACTED – .
In the words of the designer:
In the booklet-style invitation, a bit of paper-folding amplifies the sound of a sewing needle moving along the grooves of a flexidisc record. The hand-spun record yields a garbled, but scrutable listening of an original song by the couple. It requires a bit of tinkering and folding, effectively championing the inner science-nerd kid in the recipient. The whole thing serves as an interactive packaging for the song—which can be experienced on the paper record player, unscrewed and set on a regular turntable, or enjoyed online.
Dirt Posters is a… um… well it’s a poster, obviously… by Roland Reiner Tiangco. The back side of each poster is covered with a layer of ink, which you need to “paint” onto the front to reveal the message that has been spot-varnished onto the paper.
Rainbow In Your Hand flip book is a 36-page book with an image of the color spectrum against a black background on each page, creating the illusion of an arced rainbow hovering above the pages as the pages flip by.