Tim McCool let us know that when he saw this building in his hometown of Pittsburgh he thought it would be a perfect fit for a standard envelope … and our call for mail art.

McCool is no stranger to Hyperallergic, he designed a great digital wallpaper for us last year and we published his hilarious “Artists Go Hollywood” poster around the same time.

For his contribution to the Mail Art Bulletin, he created a great line drawing of a narrow house — I’m guessing early 20th C. — he spotted and added some beautiful watercolor color, which makes the image pop.

This isn’t McCool’s first foray into mail art, check out another project he did a few years ago.

Thanks for adding your voice to the Mail Art Bulletin, Tim!

If you would like to be considered for inclusion in our Mail Art Bulletin, please send you mail art to:

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Brooklyn, NY 11211

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Hrag Vartanian

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One reply on “Mail Art Bulletin: An Enveloped-sized Pittsburgh House”

  1. i am indian.i have some collection of indian paintings and coins.have you publish any indian antiques things?

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