PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives
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“Humanity at its finest . . . And because of it I am falling in love with the world again.” (– A
contributor on Postsecret.com)
“A fascinating public airing of private thoughts. . . The range of efforts (meticulous, sloppy, artful, ponderous) will
astound you.” (– TIME.com, "50 Coolest Websites of 2005")
3rd Place, Special Trade-Fine Art under $75 Category, New York Book Show (No Source)
From the Back Cover
New York Times Bestseller
The project that captured a nation's imagination.
The instructions were simple, but the results were extraordinary.
You are invited to anonymously contribute a secret to a group art project. Your secret can be a regret, fear, betrayal,
desire, confession, or childhood humiliation. Reveal anything -- as long as it is true and you have never shared it with
anyone before. Be brief. Be legible. Be creative.
It all began with an idea Frank Warren had for a community art project. He began handing out postcards to strangers and
leaving them in public places -- asking people to write down a secret they had never told anyone and mail it to him,
The response was overwhelming. The secrets were both provocative and profound, and the cards themselves were works of
art -- carefully and creatively constructed by hand. Addictively compelling, the cards reveal our deepest fears,
desires, regrets, and obsessions. Frank calls them "graphic haiku," beautiful, elegant, and small in structure but
As Frank began posting the cards on his website, PostSecret took on a life of its own, becoming much more than a simple
art project. It has grown into a global phenomenon, exposing our individual aspirations, fantasies, and frailties -- our
Every day dozens of postcards still make their way to Frank, with postmarks from around the world, touching on every
aspect of human experience. This extraordinary collection brings together the most powerful, personal, and beautifully
intimate secrets Frank Warren has received -- and brilliantly illuminates that human emotions can be unique and
universal at the same time.
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