I went out on Halloween weekend as promised and created mini exhibitions throughout the Mohawk Valley using my duplicate A Book About Death Postcards. I am sorry I couldn't take the time to credit these individuals in these captions. I may go back and fill them in when time permits.
The project lives on.
Ironic right? After all, it's a book about death.
There aren't a lot of places to post anything in Fort Plain, NY.
Here I sabotaged the For Rent bulletin board with 6 cards.
I liked tucking this card in this little shelf out in front of an antique store on main st. It matched the antique bottle and old toolbox so nicely.
There were these pots on the sidewalk with dead plants. What a good place for A Book About Death cards.
Old Stuff This Way! A Perfect prop!
These little plant arrangements were begging for some action. I was hoping this display would tempt passersby to take a card and look closer.
I tried to attach them to this iron post. It didn't work that well, but 2 cards were placed here.
Another plant arrangement with A Book About Death offerings.
This empty store window (also for rent!) had some old DVDs and VCR tapes in the window. The cards I stuck on the window blended in so nicely.
I liked the white backdrop. Looked like a little white gallery wall.
This telephone pole was on the side street by the laundromat. I used it as an outdoor gallery zone, and posted 5 cards here.
This brick ledge was close to where a lot of people enter the laundromat. Perfect slot for some cards.
Inside the laundromat, I stuck some cards on the magazine rack.
And then used every available tack to place as many cards as I could on the bulletin board. Unphased, laundering customers didn't even notice me.
Another white wall begging for some posts!
I wanted some in the country. There's a barn on a 4 corners out in the country that is quite abandoned. I picked out cards for this particular setting that had a lot of green in them, since the background behind was red. They really stood out.
And finally, my favorite pic of all. She seems to be glaring at the man with no face.
Last time I checked, these 2 cards still were hanging on the barn, withstanding winds and rains over the past week.