Since buying this calendar from Tate modern last week, me and Elena have slowly become more and more competitive and sneaky about being the one to change the date.
Most days, she can rely on my terrible memory and usually just gets up before me and changes it before I even remember what day it is.
Tonight she’s working so I get the chance to change the date at midnight myself, if I remember to, else she’ll be around later to change it and laugh at my stupidness.
"The postcards are produced, using a variety of media and evincing varied sensibilities. Each piece is a relief print with colored pencils, is approximately 4×6,” and they are part of my ongoing “Theories of Evolution and Connections” series."
The repeating icons and colours used, chickens, rice, internal organs, cockroaches and stars arranged in varying sizes and textures thrill me, and I love seeing how the characters interact with each other.
The one-off talking chicken council protest is superb, and although it will be a shame to have to send it away to the council, I am sure it will make an impression.
Postmuse is probably the owner of the world’s most amazing stationary collection and if there is one thing better than amazing stationary, it’s amazing stationary with a personal message on it, which is exactly what this is. Postmuse never fails to bring a smile to my face.