Thursday, September 21, 2017
by Michael Hofferber. Copyright © 2002. All rights reserved.
Some people make a personal statement through their clothes or in the choice of car or truck they drive; some wear a particular style of hat or cut their hair in some unique fashion.
Other folks, particularly in rural America, express themselves by decorating their mailboxes.
Travel almost any rural two-lane still frequented by farm machinery and you're likely to come across mailboxes painted with flowers and flags and animals and astrological symbols. Some mailboxes simply have the owner's name scrawled across one side, while others are ornately decorated with bright colors or sculpted in the shape of houses, barns and old railroad engines.
Continued at... Boundary Art
Out of the Past
Artwork: Tractor Mailbox