Dear Blank. . .(an art project)
A project by Jared Wunsch and Hans Johnson.
The prints can be purchased online but the funniest thing is to send your own submission and see it published on the site. Other examples inside the post.
UPDATE: You can download also the iPhone app for free.
Dear blank please blank was built by us, hand coded line by line, pixel by pixel. As a rule of thumb, If you can’t see it, Jared built it, if you can see it, Hans built it, if it sparkles, Edward built it.
Dear blank please blank is hosted on 6sync.com, basically because Jared has a middle school crush on them.
If you wish to line our pockets with advertising money, you can purchase a portion of our souls via our buysellads.com account here.
While most of what I do is, in fact, extremely nerdy, I have interests in studying medicine, psychology and zoology. I’ve been through parts of school in each venue, though never committing to one or the other.
In 1984 my father bought our first computer, it was the original Apple Macintosh. I poured apple juice into the floppy-drive, for which he never forgave me.
Much later I graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Visual Arts. Since graduation I’ve started a not-for-profit organization, in which I create high quality work for friends, family, and clients without receiving payment for my hours. This, sadly, has become my life… I make things, sometimes websites, but that’s usually only on accident. I also sew, take photos with old cameras, build furniture, restore houses, and build bikes, but mostly I just sleep a lot, because I like to, and I do what I like.
I’ve been known to be hilarious on both twitter and my blog, when I have time between my many unpaid projects. If you love to stalk people, you can start here and then work your way over to my portfolio. If you’re still not satisfied, I can have copies of my personal journal faxed to you. For journal copies, please provide a self addressed stamped envelope stuffed full of $100 bills, the copies will be faxed, and your envelope will be mailed back to you for reuse.