“Project 1#: Find your old letters. Gather up all of the letters that one of your oldest friends has sent to you over the years. Photocopy the letters. Put the photocopies in an envelope, and then mail off the envelope to your friend.”
I’ve recently found out about Jeffrey Yamaguchi’s 52 Projects; 52 random, but challenging projects to keep you busy and creative. The one you see above is only an example, but not all of them are related to letter writing.
Interested/want to participate? You can read more about the project in these sites:
Oh and by the way, there are more than 52 projects
Here at Creative Correspondents we (as in me) seek to match pen pals who are a) 25 years and older and b) are either artists, musicians, writers, crafters, actors, etc. or c) have an avid appreciation of the arts. I’ve found that I often lose interest in corresponding with people who don’t share, at least, some of my interests. So, I’m looking to create pen pal matches for creatives. Why 25+? Because there are no shortage of people under 25 who are posting online for pen pal matches and those of us who are a little older need our own spot to meet and mingle…(read/discover more here)
have you heard about the mysterious letter project? no? well you should have! lenka + michael (that’s how all the letters are signed) have made their ultimate goal to send a letter to everyone in the world! already a lot of people (sometimes even whole towns, causing curiosity, comparison and confusion) have received a letter from lenka and michael. curious? you can check out their blog here
gaah, i wish we had these in portugal