A few years ago, I was working on a big data set and took 'slices' while testing and exploring. My kid saw this one and said it looked like 'Unicorn Barf'. Ha!

Mailed out over 120 envelopes today, for my ongoing project. Folks are starting to ask what they should send back. So I'm refreshing my 'what to send back' info.

I had forgotten about this delightful pie chart. Made me smile all day!

The original post is here: patreon.com/posts/53236743

And I just cross-posted, with updates, here: ko-fi.com/post/Stickers-And-St

As part of my project, I include and addressed envelope for folks that request one. One of the most common questions I get is "What do I send back?"

So I wrote up a short post with ideas, and some examples of what folks send me.

patreon.com/posts/53236743

Lots of signups this week. I'm working my way through the list...writing notes, addressing envelopes, and walking a pile like this to the post office every day.

And working with my dataset, and viz

Getting back to work on my ongoing project.

So much to do. Gotta make a task/idea list, and just dig in, after I reacquaint myself with my code and data.

Here's where I left off, on visualizing the resulting data.

Stickers and Stamps: A Bright Spot in 2020 link.medium.com/HaJurc43xpb

I've got so much more data, and more viz to develop.

Who's up for getting one of my Generative Art stickers? All I ask is that you let me know when the envelope arrives.

Together we can share a little joy, and collect data on USPS delivery times.

How it works:

1. You sign up
2. I mail a sticker to you
3. You tell me when it arrives


forms.gle/7YQSub2WfpG1vYjs7

Today's drawing is inspired by a data visualization I developed a couple years ago. Finished drawing and some thoughts are now posted on my Patreon (early access for my supporters there).
patreon.com/posts/64092354

New stickers for my ongoing penpal-data-art project: ! You can help.

How it works:
1. You sign up
2. I mail a sticker to you
3. You tell me when it arrives

There is nothing quite like getting a letter with a little treasure in it. I know, because folks have been sending little treasures back to me. It's wonderful.
patreon.com/posts/63980233

You can help me collect data on mail delivery times, support the USPS, and get a gorgeous sticker at the same time!

1. You sign up
2. I mail a sticker to you
3. You tell me when it arrives
4. I make charts about the data


forms.gle/vzQGaSNjyvSaLvpU7

I'll use Edmonia Lewis stamps all month, or until I run out. Help me collect data on USPS delivery times.

How this works:
1. you sign up
2. I mail a sticker to you
3. You tell me when it gets to you

t.co/XfKr5wqyyZ

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They're here! The Edmonia Lewis USPS stamps! I ordered them for

I'll use these for mailing stickers while we study and support the until I run out of them.

Just saw that there is a new USPS stamp honoring the sculptor Edmonia Lewis! So, I purchased some sheets of these stamps to use for my project this month.

I'll use Edmonia Lewis stamps all month, or until I run out.

Help me collect data on USPS delivery times.

How this works:
1. you sign up
2. I mail a sticker to you
3. You tell me when it gets to you

forms.gle/4qWUf2T6tDfos5Sk8

Hey and community, I need your help!

Getting more folks to sign up and report on the exact date their letter arrives is super important to this project.

It would be a huge help if you would personally invite folks you know.

You can help me collect data on USPS delivery times by signing up for the next batch: forms.gle/Vo6qt9r3TP1TNjUe8

How it works:
1. You sign up
2. I mail a sticker to you
3. You tell me when it arrives

Sign ups for my project are open again! Like stickers? Wanna help me track USPS delivery times?

How it works:
1. You sign up
2. I mail a sticker to you
3. You tell me when it arrives
forms.gle/WZV4RqBKa3sokosP7

Playing with negative space in today's drawing. Plus, today's is for all the and folks out there.

Running low on stamps for project. If you'd like to chip in and help cover costs for stamps, stickers, envelopes,... there's an option to support the project page artatomic.itch.io/stickers-and

In case you haven't seen the data visualizations I've been working on with the first months of data, here's my write up, viz, and maps:

kristinhenry.medium.com/sticke

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