MoMA Postcard



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MoMA Postcard is a global community project. An experiment in collective creativity on blockchain, it invites anyone to collaborate, learn, and experiment with web3 technologies.

Akin to a digital chain letter, each postcard is designed collaboratively— stamp by stamp, person by person—as it moves from one destination to the next. With 15 blank stamps ready to be designed and signed by you and your co-creators, MoMA Postcard is an interactive NFT adventure waiting to be unlocked.

This is a chance to experiment with NFTs and blockchain technology in an approachable way. As each postcard requires collective action, we hope to offer a digital space that inspires meaningful connection—to express creativity, share experience, and create value together. What will you create with MoMA Postcard?

Here’s how it works: ClickDesignStampSend

Step 1: Click here to claim a blank MoMA Postcard. Download the Feral File app and follow the instructions.

Step 2: Design your stamp. Using MoMA’s color palette, create a pixel-art stamp.

Step 3: Stamp the postcard. This is when your stamp is recorded to the blockchain, enabling you to send the Postcard to someone else.

Step 4: Send your postcard to the next stamper. Now it’s time to bring others in on the fun! Invite whoever you’d like to co-create with you by sending an invitation through any messaging platform.

Visit the MoMA Postcard bulletin below for real-time updates on stamps and postcards being created around the globe!

Have any questions? Email [email protected]

MoMA Postcard Terms and Conditions

With special thanks to Sean Moss-Pultz and the Bitmark team.


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