Sometimes, you just need to feel something, to touch it, to hold it. A real paper postcard or letter is beautiful in a way that just doesn't come through with a text, email, or Facebook message. You can keep a postcard... put it up on the fridge or store it away in a shoebox for your children to find in 25 years. Postcards provide more authentic, beautiful communication, but with all the good there's a downside: they create waste. This is an unavoidable truth of our business.

When we started Postography, we wanted to create a company that takes every step to be the best it can be. That means good for our customers as well as for our communities and environment. We wanted to create as light a footprint as possible.  The idea was to create a product that did more good than bad and become 'net-positive' for the planet. This mission is at the forefront of everything we do and we are committed to using the very best materials and practices at every step of our process.

That said, this is indeed a process and we are continuing to evolve. If you have ideas of how we can be better, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are always listening.

Very sincerely,
Sam, Eric, & The Postography Team


 

Postcards are printed on recycled paper

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Using veggie-based inks


 

And renewable energy


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Plus, we plant a tree for every 20 postcards sent