Snail mail is among the traditions that hardly stood a chance against technology. But with snail mail that’s, well, smaller than a snail, it just might crawl back.
One of the many creative projects of Lea Redmond, The World’s Smallest Post Service turns your messages into incredibly minuscule letters, legible only under a magnifying glass.
The letter is then slipped inside the tiniest envelope, sealed with authentic red wax (with your initial!), and labeled with the tiniest stamp.
The novelty of it is just refreshing. And I thought only mobile phones and netbooks (which, incidentally, we read our electronic mail with) got smaller and smaller.
And speaking of e-mail, have you tried doing Photomails yet? Send the message as insterestingly – and without the wait – by turning your Lomographs into e-postcards! Read the Photomails instructions to get started.