WHAT IS A POTLUCK POSTER?
A Potluck Poster is a divine, graphical liaison of art & copy.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Email us your original text (or "copy" as it's called in the biz) and receive, by mail, an 18x24-inch poster emblazoned with your message. Every Potluck Poster is a unique, graphical interpretation of your message, crafted with care and randomness.
Send your message to firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to include the following:
name, phone number, the message you want on the poster (around 140 characters tops), the number of prints (up to 25), and where you'd like it shipped.
Q: What if I don't like my Potluck Poster?
A: That's never happened before.
Q: How much should something like this cost?
A: Somewhere around a million dollars.
Q: How much does it really cost?
A: $75 gets you a Potluck Poster delivered to your door. That's right, shipping is included. Additional prints are priced at $10 a piece.
Q: I'm a cheap, impatient, control-freak. Is a Potluck Poster right for me?
A: No. A Potluck Patron™ is a connoisseur—a veritable curator of cool—who appreciates the finer things, and fancies an occasional gamble. A Potluck Poster is priced right and always arrives just in time (usually three weeks from date of payment).
Q: Can I get a proof of my poster before it's printed?
A: That would obviously compromise the element of surprise critical to a Potluck Poster. Artistic liberties will be taken with the hierarchy and arrangement of type, but we take things like spelling, grammar and general readability very seriously. Errors on our part will warrant a full reprint, refund, and a public shaming.
Q: What is typical copy for a Potluck Poster?
A: It could be a quote, a poem, an invitation to an event, a special message to a loved-one, an intervention, or a really big piece of hate-mail. Whatever really.
Q: How does payment work?
A: After you submit your order, you'll receive an invoice by email that will allow you to pay your bill online with PayPal or credit card.
Q: How do I know this isn't an internet scam?
A: If it is, it's the worst one ever. Every Potluck Poster is designed by a design-savvy 30-something with a mortgage and well-groomed beard.