Postcard sent to Martin Gram in Copenhagen, my old Danish buddy from my 1990’s New York days.
Postcard sent to Callum Campbell, an old Edinburgh school chum, now living in Warwickshire.
We weren’t close at school- he was in the year above me, for one thing. But later, I saw him around a lot drinking in Whigham’s Wine Bar, where I worked at during my college vacations.
Postcard sent to Mark Blyth, Scots expat, Professor of Political Economy at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. This is a replacement card for the other one that got lost somehow. Sic transit gloria mundi.
Handmade postcard sent to Martin Gram, a very old and dear friend living in Copenhagen. A Danish photographer, we first met London in the early 1990s, and he was pretty much my best friend when I lived in New York.
Another hand-drawn postcard landed in Scotland, this time #028, sent to Susie Verden-Anderson, an old school chum. They all seem to get marked with this orange stripe in transit- I’m guessing that’s a UK postal thing, not a US Mail thing.
Postcard sent to Robert Alstead, an old Edinburgh school chum, now living in Vancouver.
Hand-drawn postcard sent to marketing legend, author and speaker, Seth Godin, who A. isn’t Scottish, but B. has had a huge impact on my career nonetheless.
Postcard sent to Brian Hamill, Editor at The Common Breath, an arts publication in Glasgow.
Postcard sent to Jo Prosser, a very old friend.