BrnoBuddy

BrnoBuddy, Czech Republic
  • country Czechia
  • Member since Joined 4th Aug., 2014
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  • icon English (native speaker), Czech (intermediate)
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  • icon 15th August
  • icon beyondprague.net

About Kevan...

I'm a Canadian guy who's been living and working in the Czech Republic since 2004.

I live with my girlfriend in Brno, the Czech Republic's second largest city. It's in the south east and not far from the country's wine growing region.

For many years, I have worked in communication related fields. I have worked as a graphic designer and as an English teacher. These days, I work as a technical writer.

When I'm not working; I enjoy aviation and traveling around the Czech Republic. I also enjoy running a couple of websites about both passions:

https://beyondprague.net/
https://www.instagram.com/beyondprague/

https://pickledwings.com/
https://www.instagram.com/pickledwings/

I'm not too selective about the type of postcards I like, but here's a few suggestions if you're stuck for ideas:

Transportation themes
Aviation themes
Art, particularly the work of famous artists or folk art from your country.
Nature scenes
Animals and plants
Holiday cards are welcome, particularly if they show a national holiday in your country
Traditional costumes and folklore of your country

With regards to tourist type postcards, all I ask is that you send a card from YOUR city, region or country. I'd rather see where you live than where you've been on holidays.

Please, NO ad cards.

*REGARDING HANDMADE CARDS*
If you like to draw or paint your own designs on cards, please format it like a proper postcard: Image on one side with address, card ID and message on the other. Make it like a postcard, and I will treat it like one.

Please do not cut panels from cardboard boxes and send them. They are not postcards and I will not register them.

*NOTE TO POSTCROSSERS IN AMERICA*
Please do not write your card's code in the bottom half inch or so of your card.

The US Postal Service often stamps a bar code in that area and it can make your card code difficult to read if you put it there.

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