Return to sender
26th Feb 2009
A project by Glasgow School of Art graduate Harriet Russell involved sending 130 letters via Royal Mail to herself. The clever part was, the letter's weren't addressed in the standard format of name and address, instead they were cleverly illustrated in such a way that the delivery staff were left to decipher who the recipients were. Only ten didn't make it, which is suprising because you would think the same postmen and women would have started to recognise who the letters were for?