September was an exciting month for us! Not only because of the subscriptions that you’ll see below, but because our exhibition at DCAC, THIS END UP, opened on the 16th – featuring work by 20 Project Dispatch Artists! You have until mid-December to check it out, so stop by DCAC next time you are in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of DC. And stay tuned for info on our 2016 book release! We will be selling it at the DC Art Book Fair on November 12, and we will have a book release happy hour at DCAC on November 18th. We’ll have special subscription deals at both events…and we don’t have to tell you what a great gift an art subscription makes (but we will anyway….get a subscription for your favorite person this holiday season!)
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August was a great month for our subscribers…just check out some of the work that went out! If you are intrigued by what could be in your mailbox in September, visit our website to sign up! You can pick your artist and how long you want to receive art by mail (it can be just ONE month, with no extra commitment, for just $40).
Also, stay tuned for details on our exhibition, THIS END UP, opening at the DCAC Nano Gallery on September 16! Subscribe to our mailing list (we promise…we only send 4-6 emails a year) to stay informed about our opening and artist talk!
We have been hard at work the last few months, processing donations from our incredible supporters…THANK YOU! Our campaign raised over $5,000, giving us the opportunity to advertise with several art and design websites and podcasts. An example of one of our ads is below (thanks to our very favorite graphic designer, Bryan Ewsichek), which can be seen in various forms on Colossal, 99% Invisible, Web Urbanist, Vandalog, and Spoon and Tamago for 2 weeks!
In addition to our online spots, we have also been featured on two episodes of Michael Ian Black’s podcast, “How to be Amazing!” Shout outs from MIB himself are at the beginning of Episode 34 (with Lauren Mayberry from CHVRCHES) and Episode 36 (with Michael Showalter). Our final spot will air on August 3, so stay tuned!
Start receiving art in your mailbox next month, directly from the artist of your choice! Support artists and collect art, while getting fun surprises in the mail each month…what could be better?
May has been a VERY EXCITING month for Project Dispatch for a couple of reasons. Most importantly, we launched a huge fundraiser for a media campaign to help us expand our subscriber base! The campaign is a combination of radio sponsorships with Radiotopia podcasts, such as Michael Ian Black’s “How to be Amazing,” and online advertisements with Hyperallergic Media to increase traffic to our website. PLEASE take a minute to check out our campaign, and consider a contribution…there are some super amazing thank you perks for you if you do!
May also included some awesome work by Allison Long Hardy, Chris Chen, and Amy Hughes Braden. Check it out below, and visit our website to see more examples of their work! And SUBSCRIBE to start receiving work like this is the mail NEXT MONTH!
We need your support…and you need new art for your walls! Please visit our website, and get to know the artists involved. You can even start with a one month subscription just to get your feet wet…
This month featured artwork by Stephanie Kwak, P. Corwin Lamm, and Elizabeth Graeber! Visit our website to more examples of each of their work, and explore the other artists that you can receive work from with a subscription! We get that sometimes it’s just too hard to choose, so we offer sampler subscriptions as well. Subscriptions truly help us continue doing what we love…making art and sharing it! Please consider a subscription if you want to support the creative process of these artists, and build a collection of incredible one of a kind pieces at the same time!
We are loving the work that went out to our subscribers last month…and we are pretty sure the recipients of these pieces are loving their growing art collections! Check out the works below by Frank Adams, Amy Hughes Braden, Evan Hume, and P. Corwin Lamm. And visit our website to find out more about how to grow your own art collection AND support artists directly in the process. Did we mention that it’s also SUPER FUN to get art in the mail every month?