Sunday, October 7, 2012

vol 3 / nr 14 / Florence, Italy

Viviane had just moved to Florence, and she tells that the day she found the print was a rather stressful one. I was walking around in the city the whole day long, trying to get to know it a bit better. Then I was sitting on the steps of the Duomo, when suddenly a big white envelope caught my attention. At first I was wondering if somebody might have forgotten it there, but when I saw the words "To you, whoever you are", I couldn\'t resist. And I have to say - this print made my day. I was still a bit sad, because I had to leave my family and friends to come to Italy (actually I am from Berlin, Germany), but when I opened the envelope I couldn't help but smile. 

 I really like the idea of leaving prints all around Europe, it's a beautiful way to make people become aware of the fact that art is all around us.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

vol 3 / nr 75 / Czech Republic

Dominika found the print in Florence when she was travelling as a co-leader of a group of art-loving people. It´s been a rather stressful day and coming across your envelope felt like a little miracle. I like your work and the random part of your project gives it a new dimension of  "predestination".

The print is now exhibited in the office of their small gallery in Prague.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

vol 3 / nr 27 / Florence, Italy

Francesco writes: It was really a pleasant surprise.

He is the owner of an ice cream shop in the center of Florence. I do and I eat ice cream every day, but your cup of fresh sea water refreshed me like nothing else.

Monday, October 1, 2012

vol 3 / nr 77 / Saint Cloud, USA

Dede writes: "To You, Whoever you are." I could not resist such a mysterious bit of intrigue. Opening the envelope was akin to finding treasure. The project is a wonderfully romantic notion that connects the random.

The print now hangs in their library. The print is a reminder of the whimsically unexpected that happens often when traveling.