CurtisinWarsaw(or Curtis) is a member in Poland . He has been a member for over 3 years (1,441 days).
Born and raised in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador in eastern Canada, I've called Warsaw, Poland, home for over a decade, though I'm planning to move back to Canada in May 2018, at which point I should probably change my name from CurtisinWarsaw.
I prefer to receive written and stamped cards, no envelopes please!
Here are a few subjects that I'm interested in:
- ballet, especially Degas' paintings or anything related to the Ballets Russes
- books/literature, e.g., Evan Robertson's Bibliophilia collection
- cityscapes, especially if the photography is good
- classical composers
- dogs, e.g., Joanna Rusinek's dog-breed collection from Postallove (https://www.postallove.com/Postcards/Dog-breeds), Katie Scott's Animalium cards
- Grzegorz Chudy (Postallove)
- illustrated cards
- Josef Lada
- landscapes, especially if the photography is good
- pin-up girls
- PLAKAT-POLSKA series by Ryszard Kaja (thecard.pl)
- St. Petersburg, Russia
- U.S. National Parks (59-card series by the Anderson Design Group)
- Wiktor Najbor (Postallove)
If you take a look at my favorites, this should give you an idea of the kinds of cards that I like. It doesn't mean that I'm hoping someone will send me those exact cards.
All of the above information is about my preferences, not my expectations. In the end, I like opening my mailbox and finding a postcard inside, so please don't stress too much about finding the perfect card. Also, I appreciate what's on the back of the postcard as much as what's on the front, so please do write something about yourself.
I also sell my own collection of postcards, which you can see here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/cjbwaw/portfolio. If you would like to purchase a postcard, please be sure that you choose the postcard option so as to avoid accidentally ordering folded greeting cards.
Дорогие русскоговорящие посткроссеры, пишите мне по-русски (и на ты), пожалуйста! Спасибо!
Niestety, dosyć rzadko dostaję pocztówki od Polaków, ale gdyby co, proszę pisać po polsku. Dziękuję z góry!
Será un placer leer vuestros postales en castellano. Aquí en Polonia no tengo muchas oportunidades de usar el idioma.
にほんご If you would like to write in Japanese, that would be great as long as you only use hiragana and katakana, as I only know about 30-40 kanji so far. ありがとうございます! If you feel like writing a more complicated text, it would be better to use English, as my Japanese is still pretty basic.
I also read Czech, French and Italian, so please feel free to write in those languages if you prefer.