You make the art. We’ll mail it to the White House.
Already made your art and you want to mail it on your own?
Check out the main project: In Care of The White House
Current theme: Surpassing Fear
Since this administration has taken office, fear has been at the forefront of so many discussions – fear of others, fear of the different, fear of immigrants, fear of religion, fear of sexual orientation and sexual identity. Whether it is the policies created out of fear or the telling us who to fear, it’s time to move beyond.
When we take the time to share with each other and appreciate the subtleties of each other’s backgrounds and experiences, we become closer as a community, as a world. Take this moment to encourage the President to look at others for who they are so he becomes less afraid.
Every couple weeks we’ll create a new theme, listing it here and on Facebook, to help spark your creativity. (Past themes below.) Don’t feel like following the theme of the week? No problem. Submit from a previous theme or one of your own. I’m happy to mail it out on your behalf.
Send us a digital image and your message and we’ll make a card for the President.
Use this form to send us your art and message. (see specs below)
All artwork will become part of the In Care of The White House project. All we ask is that you send us a copy of the letter if you receive a response from The White House. For more info, check out the FAQ.
Please make sure that all of your images are of reproducible (printable) quality.
You may submit .jpg or .tiff image files for photographs and digital painting.
Alternately, you may submit .PDF or .EPS files for vector illustration or design.
Images will be printed no larger than 5.5″ x 4.25″ when they are mailed. JPGs or TIFFs submitted at 300ppi will have pixel dimensions of at least 1650 x 1275.
In Care Of The White House by is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Week 1 (March 4-11): Heathcare
Week 2 (March 12-18): The Melting Pot & The Salad Bowl (Food as a metaphor for diversity)
Week 3 (March 19-25): Science! (and Research) Not Madness
Week 4 (March 26 – April 1): Spring Break
Week 5 (April 2-8): Global Warming
Week 6 (April 9-15): Contradictions
Week 7 (April 16-22): Big
Week 8 (April 23-29): Accomplishments
Week 9-10 (April 30 – May 13): The Almighty Dollar
Week 11-12 (May 14 – May 27): Incarceration
Week 13-15 (May 28 – June 17): Sacrifice
Week 16-17 (June 18 – July 1): Unity
Week 18-21 (July): Equality