These two post cards are $8.00+shipping (or FREE pickup at Good Sport Gallery in London, ON) for both.
As we enter our second Pride season in a Pandemic, we resort to virtual platforms for celebrations. These postcards are designed as a physical memento to send a message of missing someone / loving someone / an expression of Pride. The two postcards are both 5x7” printed on white cardstock, glossy on one side and matte on the other, to be written on. It is my sincere hope that these cards will serve as a reminder to recipients of our future/present possibility of holding onto loved ones and our queerness.
Two white paper postcards sit on a light green background. The top card reads in white handwritten text “I AM PROUD to love you”. The text is surrounded by colourful hand-drawn hatching in bright yellows, blues and greens. Stars are drawn in the corners. The back of this card has a hand-drawn border in bright yellows, blues, greens, and reds. There are hearts, stars, and “xoxo” drawn in the corners. The left side has a blank space for writing, and the right has lines for the addresses to be written, as well as a space for a stamp.
The second postcard shows a drawing in black ink of two arms in an embrace position for a hug. In the place of another body, the arms are surrounded by detailed lines of small drawn plants, black and white rainbows, circles, an envelope, and a message bubble reading “i miss u”. At the top of the image, along the bend of the arm handwritten text reads “holding onto something that can’t be held”. The back of this card has a hand-drawn border in black ink of lines and stars, with a line resembling a fern-like plant going up the middle, and a small rainbow at the bottom. The left side of the card has a blank space for writing, and lines on the right side for the addresses to be written. In the top right corner is a space for a stamp with the symbol “</3” in the box.