The Google Map Envelope

It seems like 99 percent of the mail we send is electronic these days. The other 1 percent is letters and postcards that we want to postmark with our (usually enviable) location for the recipient. That's why we dig these uber-accurate Google Maps envelopes. Now we can say Hello from 100 Holomoana Street, Honolulu, HI, 96815!

Beste Miray is an Istanbul-based graphic designer with a tech-centric stationery concept we'd love to see in real life.

Mapenvelop is a mailing envelope lined with an image from Google Maps. Not just any image, but a map of exactly where the latter originated.

By concept, this can't be mass-produced. But we love the idea of printing a map onto the underside of a printable envelope template. Now you can say "Wish you were here—So here's the directions..."

Via NerdApproved

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