Junk mail art
Tara Johnson, AKA The Post Whisperer shows how to get creative with your junk mail…
If you've watched the recent That's Britain item on junk mail you'll recognise this impressive junk mail postie. It's the creation of London-based artist Michelle Reader, who specialises in making sculptures from a wide range of waste materials.
The Centennial Society has come up with an arty way of returning junk mail: use those pre-paid envelopes to send people working in the junk mail industry information about how to break free…
A collection of 'No Junk Mail' signs in Birmingham, photographed by Billy Fallaws (AKA New Folder).
Tom Burtonwood and Holly Holmes create art that combines pop culture and anti-war messages.
Aurora Robson is a Canadian artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Much of her art is made from junk mail and other
things that people tend to detest.
Who needs stained-glass portraits when you got junk mail?
Ever wondered who made those lovely illustrations that are scattered around this website? It's Eloise O'Hare.
George Blakely, a professor of art and artist living in Florida, has some rather unusual trees in his garden…
Here's an alternative way of getting rid of junk mail: a hamster powered (junk mail) shredder.
Alan Waddell, aged 93, has walked 264 of Sydney's 637 suburbs. On his way he takes photos of interesting things he comes across – including letterboxes.