Isn't it sad when you receive a personal message in the mail that's unfortunately been battered up in the process of transportation? The MIRO Post Card would almost certainly not arrive in any worse condition than it would have left its sender. Impervious to rain, mud and folding, this atypical piece of stationery is for those greetings that you especially want to be delivered.
To make the postcards, Sifu hand-cuts and bends the Galvanized Iron into standard-sized rectangles and prints just a minimal amount of text on both sides. The quirky Hong Kong product has a shiny silver texture and no image to represent the place from which it came. The MIRO Post Card leaves it up to the traveler to paint a picture of his trip in either words or illustrations with a marker.
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