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The stitching postcard [uncommongoods.com] is an alternative and tangible way to keep track and share worldwide travel itineraries.

The cards allow people to stitch routes, landmarks and memories as a representation of traveling from city to city and country to country. The price of $5 includes a postcard, a thread and a needle.

Via Contor Design.


This is nice! I think it's a very cute, easy, and sensible way to keep track of where you have travelled.

Wed 28 Jan 2009 at 7:35 PM
Heeyoung Park

This reminds me of an artist, who was travelling by metro. During the trips, she stitched ripped seat covers with colored threads, afterwards marking the route she travelled on a map with the same color.

After some research I found her: Milena Bonilla, I saw her exhibition at The Photographers' Gallery London. The artwork is called Transitory Map.

Fri 30 Jan 2009 at 10:42 AM
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