“Having feelings for my best friend isn't (sic) romantic - it’s terrifying.”
Postcards sent to the Museum of Man in Balboa Park. posted to the San Diego PostSecret exhibition the on the second floor
“Frank Warren sees the PostSecret project as community art, and we see our exhibition in the same way. We try to keep a balance in the way we display the postcards so that we not only have compelling secrets but visually compelling secrets. So both the content and aesthetics are important in the way we present the exhibition.”
"Every week I still feel like a kid Christmas morning, with all these kind of gifts to go through," said Frank Warren,
Secrets likes this: "When people I love leave voicemails on my phone, I always save them in case they die tomorrow and I have no other way of hearing their voice ever again."
Often running the gamut of positive and negative expressions,” according to Katayama. “We try to keep a balance in the way we display the cards so that we not only have compelling secrets but visually compelling secrets. Both the content and aesthetics are important in the way we present the exhibition.
In a blog post Warren copied emails from two mad participants in the PostSecret community. Both complained about his permitting the “trolling” of secrets on Instagram. The first states, “It’s really sad how hurtful people are and you just let them be"." PostSecret was always a safe place. Wasn’t that why you created [it]? So people could express themselves without feeling like they would be judged and/or mocked. Now it’s become a place for bullies, trolls and harassment. It breaks my heart.”
The second is longer. It reads in part, “I feel disappointed and betrayed by PostSecret. I’ve watched your videos, TED talk, interview on TED Radio hour and your message is consistent: secrets are powerful, vulnerable and, and in your own words the ‘currency of intimacy.’”
reasons this is relavent his podcast/instagram presence also book author
this is my last attempt at a secret post ~