The Amazing Art of ‘Thank You’

note_125Today there’s a growing backlash against the World Wide Web and its promises to bring us closer together, even as it divides us further than ever before. A growing number of people are killing their Facebook accounts or merely abandoning them, only to wonder how they can improve their relationships in a meaningful way.

Matt Richardson and Brett McCollum have done their bit to grease the wheels of friendship with a paper-thank-you-card set they’re marketing under the Gramr Gratitude Co. name, designed by Chen Design Associates.

The by-subscription cards feature different pictures from hand-picked photographers on the front, and ample note-writing space on the back. Other options include:

  • Sealing wax
  • Envelopes
  • Wax press with your initials
  • The Gramr Locker: a repository for your thank-you note materials, handmade from reclaimed fence boards and laser engraved with the Gramr name.

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The beauty of this project is in the details, with the interior of the envelopes being a particularly entertaining example.

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Like most unique design projects today, this one was funded by a Kickstarter campaign – $53,000-plus raised on a $15,000 goal. These days you can get the latest version of their Gramr Lockr for $48.

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