web analytics
ACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell AndersonACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell Anderson | PackagingACMV Postcard Set – 'Pink Pony' by Maxwell Anderson | Packaging

ACMV Postcard Set

The art of the handwritten letter is rapidly drifting into obscurity – help rescue it!  ツ

Our Postcard Set gives you the chance to make 7 special people extremely, insanely, exuberantly happy – with a more or less extensive hand-written note to your granny, ex-lover, mailman, current lover, grumpy neighbour, science teacher, tax collector, bus driver, …

7 is a lucky number… therefore each Set contains 7 (identical) Postcards with the ‘Pink Pony’ Motive, by Maxwell Anderson. Thanks, Maxwell! Continue Reading →

Maxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making SenseMaxwell Anderson | Stop Making Sense

Maxwell Anderson | Stop Making Sense

Stop Making Sense is a series of ever so slightly awkward images, which sit between the lines of peculiar anomaly and quotidian normality. Each photograph is a second look at what we may take for granted in our visual everyday lives. Sometimes simply documenting the ‘hidden in clear view’ oddities of things as they exist, and sometimes looking closer at specific details, recontextualising certain aspects of things outside of the ‘whole picture’. Continue Reading →