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  • Ephemera as Fine Art

    Sara F Burns is a great artist with a trained eye for the sad, dilapidated and dreary. She uses her talent to paint the run-down buildings and stained streets of Phoenix, OR. Which just happens to be right where we are located. Naturally, we decided to have her paint for us, specifically our bright blue building.

    The final product was pretty great. We have it hanging just inside of our door right above the USPS table.

    Sara is a pretty interesting Gal and knows here stuff. Here she is painting the above masterpiece. Continue reading

  • Ephemera in Newbury Comics

    Some buddies of ours got to go allllll the way over to Boston and stopped in an adorably bad ass store named Newbury Comics and Records, specifically the one in Faniel Hall. Ana was a plucky store clerk there and Continue reading

  • Rejection of Our Rejection Letter

    As a bit of background -  people send in slogans for us to purchase and put on our little buttons, magnets and stickers. To deal with the LARGE number of submissions, we have created three rejection letters. Of course, the letters are all written with a dash of Ephemera humor.

    The first one encourages you to send more - you're on the right the track.

    The second, just says no thank you. Please do more research and then send us more.

    The third, tells you to quit contacting us. Usually this one comes after 50+ attempts that were soooooo bad, we died a little after reading them.

    Can you guess which letter this person got? Continue reading