I can hardly believe I have been blogging on Maps and Fragments for nearly four years now. Thank you for accompanying me on these journeys near and far, and allowing me to consistently have this little space and be a part of a growing creative community.
Just in time for the upcoming holidays and end of the year, I wanted to host a small giveaway. It includes one of the first copies of my Shanghai photo zine and a handmade pouch from Yunnan. During a trip to Dali, I met a tiny old lady sitting on the steps of a closed store with a big bag of colorful fabric scraps. She was squinting, hand-sewing these geometric patterns onto small pouches. I saved this triangle pattern pouch for you:
The giveaway includes: my original Floating Island photo zine, two colorful polkadot envelopes, a floral stationary paper pack, a kitten stationary set (8 sheets and 4 envelopes), loose sheets of sheer origami paper with diagonal stripes, three polaroid postcards of my photographs, a handmade triangle pouch from Dali, and of course, a little surprise (maybe something else handmade by me or something from New York City).
Everything goes to one randomly chosen winner.
will be open until Dec. 9th, and the winners will be announced shortly after. The giveaway is now closed.
The randomly chosen winner is comment #14, Nekoblog.
Good luck, and thanks, again!
“What a wonderful thing is the mail, capable of conveying across continents a warm human hand-clasp.” – a quote by unknown