an example of ‘hate mail’ being sent by mr bingo

 

 

one day, london-based illustrator mr bingo sent a stranger – jonathan hopkins – an offensive postcard. from that point on, it was so enjoyed by all that he opened a service where people could request abusive messages to be sent on their behalf. the rules of ‘hate mail’ render each piece of postcard ‘art’ to be completely random, specific requests are not allowed – you just ‘get what you’re given’. mr. bingo is also not responsible or liable for anyone  who suffers emotionally as a result of ‘hate mail’. the idea has produced over 400 illustrations and is now available as a book, seething with a colorful collection of insulting pictures and words – the service is still available, however, only in the UK and due to its popularity is only open sporadically.

 

 

 

abusive postcards   hate mail project by mr bingo‘hate mail’ is now available as a book

 

 

abusive postcards   hate mail project by mr bingothe idea has produced over 400 illustrations

 

 

abusive postcards   hate mail project by mr bingo the rules of ‘hate mail’ render each piece of postcard ‘art’ to be completely random, specific requests are not allowed – you just ‘get what you’re given’

 

 

abusive postcards   hate mail project by mr bingo the ‘hate mail’ service is still available, however, only in the UK and due to its popularity is only open sporadically

 

 

abusive postcards   hate mail project by mr bingoexamples of abusive postcard art