So which game are you up for? Pickaboo? I spy with my little eye? Whatever it is you choose, don’t forget to make sure you find all participants of the game. You might have forgotten someone last time.
How long is this poor rusty mailbox going to wait before someone comes and finds him?
Entrance of the Gladiators
Arriving at this home will definitely confuse visitors (and mailmen). Some might mistake the premises for being a zoo, while others might think they have arrived at the circus. Animals of all varieties waiting to be fed with mail.
The middle black and white striped cat (is it a cat?), has an express delivery method, meaning, if he's quick, he might manage to hop on the mailman's vehicle and get the hell out of there.
Yes, Willy was a whale and this is a seal but in our eyes, he wants to be set free as well. The owners of this mailbox (and the seal) have planted some beautiful purple flowers to brighten up the scenery. The mailbox is colored gray which blends in perfectly with the seal's natural coat.
If you happen to pass by in the near future, let us know if you can spot the seal out or not. We wonder if he was ever, truly set free.
We actually like this one. An almost perfect modern pf an old styled rooking horse, painted black and decorated with a beautiful saddle to complete the authentic look. Just one question...
Did the designer deliberately design this so the mailman would have to pop the mail in the horse's backside?
The English Style
We love the traditional English post boxes (they are called post boxes and not mailboxes); just like the mailman is a postman and the mail is post. Vintage-styled steel boxes that have been adorning the streets of London for centuries never seem to lose their style, and we feel this unique touch is what makes the UK so special.
Just one thing we're not sure of. At what stage did Jack the Ripper become part of the English Poat Box design?