Here are some postcards I've recently created.
And here's how I described them in my submission to The Postcard Collective.
I have produced a series of postcards documenting landmarks of my hometown of Eugene, Oregon. Eugene is blessed with a wide variety of architecture, some beautiful and some horrible. My cards make no distinction. They document the city democratically, selecting viewpoints that I feel best represent what it feels like to live here. The photos are all recent but I've given the cards a historic look through careful selection of typeface and color balance. They have the look of a card you might find in a highway service station in 1975, and indeed part of my project is to conduct clandestine distribution of the cards in local postcard racks in gas stations and tourist centers. The project pays homage to Shore's Amarillo series and also to the great American postcards of the 60s and 70s.
Each card is 4 x 6, produced by combining a drugstore C-print with individually captioned adhesive postcard template.