The Random Project 2012 showcases a growing collection of postcards which are created by everybody. These celebrate the spirit of London 2012 and enable us to visually document the shared cultural experience as the year unfolds – we are all the artists-in-residence for a historic year.
The project is open to everybody to take part in; from artists to school children to athletes. Each postcard is designed in response to a randomly assigned word relating to either 2012, London or the Olympics. The Random Project 2012 is a not-for-profit project initiated and organised by graphic designer Sarah Hyndman.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE PART?
If you would like to join in and create a postcard please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a number between 1 and 100. You will be sent your word along with full instructions.
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We’ve received Random postcards by Alan Kitching, Alan Rickman, Andy Altmann, Ed Fella, Harriet Russell, Ken Garland, Mandatory Thinking, Mette-Sofie D. Ambeck, Mike Nicholson, Ralph Steadman, Rude, Sienna age 10 3/4, Stefan Sagmeister, Wally Olins to name just a few.
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Postcards shown Neighbourhood: Alan Kitching, London: Jeff Pyrah, London: Ursula Horton, British: Ralph Steadman.
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