I am always hunting for new artist projects and collaborations. And I recently found something that I just had to share. It’s called Postcards to Alphaville, and the site is filled with one of a kind drawings and illustrations from artists around the globe that have come together for one purpose: film.
Here’s the concept:
“Postcards to Alphaville” is a project dedicated to film characters featured in guest-made illustrations. Everyone participating in this adventure has to watch a film and make a postcard portraying specific character from it. It is love-letter to films and those characters that brings us, the viewers, moments of joy, sorrow and revelation and sometimes seems more real than the neighbor next-door.
Founder and editor, Paul Paper, created the project in hopes of one day turning it into a book. And you can actually help make that happen by donating to the project (any amount) if you’d like. This would make an awesome book! Wouldn’t it?
And if you are an artist yourself, you can submit your own work for consideration.
Visit Postcards to Alphaville now to learn more and browse the 60 plus pieces that have already been added. *If you have any other artist projects that you’d like to share, I’d love to hear about ’em in the comments.