ANY POSTCARD IS OK. You can send any kind of postcard with a good taste but it can be tasteless as well - postcard with a twist. You can surprise me! You may read about myself and my interests below or look at my favourites on the Postcards Wall, if you want more personal choice.
I am software engineer - ICT professional. Hobbies: travel, movies, reading (incl. comics), music and winter swimming. Fan of black humour, sarcasm, irony and witty quotes. Interested in popular culture in general. Special interest in space technology.
I like also retro/vintage cards, art, humour, science fiction. Weird, strange things as every day is. Wacky tacky bizarre kitsch. The list below are only suggestions, not excluding anything.
Hello Kitty, Miffy, Kliban Cats, Pokémon (GO)
koala, panda bears, rubber ducks, (Linux) penguins
German Inkognito cards http://www.inkognito.de/postkarten
Betty Boop, pin-ups, geishas, pulp book covers
Marilyn, Audrey and other female movie stars
Mafalda, Monty Python, South Park
Dali, Picasso, A. Mucha, surrealism, pop art
Robert Crumb, Milo Manara, Moebius, Liniers
Disney (mainly vintage), Hayao Miyazaki anime
Fernando Botero, Eduard Wiiralt, Sandy Skoglund
Heavy Metal Fantasy Magazine, cards for grown-ups
Bad Postcards http://bad-postcards.tumblr.com/
Graham Rawle's Lost Consonants
Sample Finnish artists:
Alvar Gullichsen incl. Bonk Business
Matti Hagelberg (B.E.M.)
Jope, Juho Juntunen
Hugo Simberg, Kalervo Palsa
Jii Roikonen (Jasso-kissa)
Kaj Stenvall (ankat)
J. Tilsa, Pertti Jarla (Fingerpori)
Kati Kovacs, Katja Tukiainen, Julia Vuori.
Three humble wishes:
1) Write date, location and your name incl. username on the card. It's nice and sometimes mail destroys ID so I need other info pieces for registering.
2) If the card has message in Cyrillic/Chinese/Japanese/Arabic etc. please translate it in English.
3) If you have received a card from me, please write a short Description for the image on the Postcard Wall.
Website points to my Facebook album for return cards, direct swaps etc. that are not here in Postcrossing site itself - the first 200 cards; newer cards are in Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/49838108@N04/sets/72157624155338534/