It is becoming common practice for photographers to layer photos on top of the location they were taken and then subsequently taking a photo of that (it's all very meta); enter this series of postcard photography. It takes cheesy postcards and places them on top of iconic San Francisco landscapes.
Shot by photographer Michael Raziano, the postcard photography includes everything from the Full House location to the vintage trams and, of course, the Golden Gate Bridge. Making the postcards cooler than they actually are, Design Taxi writes about the postcard photography, "His lovely work showed us that despite the postcards’ dated feel and mismatched typography, it still remains as one of the easiest and quirkiest ways to bring home a slice of the city at a small cost.È
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