Niral Parekh‘s got mail, lots of it. The graphic designer arranges different combinations of his paper mail into a custom made organizer to spell out words and shape symbols. Some works can take over 3,000 pieces of postcards, newspapers, and letters to create and over 18 hours to perfect. It’s a beautiful thing, especially for those of us that have a fondness for typography and a love of snail mail.
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