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We are now taking subscriptions for Kingsgate Postal Service! Subscribe before September 1st to rece

We are now taking subscriptions for Kingsgate Postal Service! KPS will deliver artists’ editions and new writing to your door. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ From mid August, subscribers will receive new editions and writing by emerging and established artists and authors. From woodblock prints and temporary tattoos; to poems and recipes - each envelope will contain a carefully selected pair of specially commissioned quasi-complimentary works.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Artists and writers include: Sarah Boulton, Jack Pierson, Irenosen Okojie, 650mah, Elaine Tam…. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ KPS celebrates the subscription club and the thrill of getting something through the post. ⁣⁣ KPS is odd, playful and generous. ⁣⁣ KPS is like a hurriedly scribbled holiday postcard from a friend...a missive of love in spite of its smudgy ink blots. ⁣⁣ KPS is not precious, but contains precious things. ⁣⁣ KPS is an analogue network for distributing digital thoughts. ⁣⁣ KPS shares ideas and peculiarities with equal verve. ⁣⁣ KPS is the place where one envelope contains works by an award winning novelist and a recent RCA graduate, and the next contains works by a Japanese collective and a curatorial project based in a Brighton vape shop. ⁣⁣ KPS is like finding a package on the doormat addressed in a handwriting that is familiar, but you can’t quite remember whose it is… ⁣⁣ KPS is a burgeoning art collection that fits in a jiffy bag!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Subscribe before September 1st to receive 12 editions over the next six months for just £10/month (12 issues for £60). Subscriptions are limited so sign up now by clicking here. ⁣⁣ Subscriptions can be purchased with a one-off payment or by monthly instalments. Minimum subscription time: 6 months. The first 12 issues of KPS are supported by Arts Council England. The KPS logo is designed by Giles Round and KPS is creatively managed by work-form⁣⁣.

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