The world is full of letters. These curving lines that coordinate to shape a word, a sentence, a language. They are scattered across signs, displays, and our computer screens.
And they rest inside our mailboxes, too. Oftentimes these postal deliveries come from anonymous hands, drafting solicitations beckoning to be opened. Letters commonly known as ‘junk.’
With a hearty waste-not attitude, the Bohemian takes letters back to the source. Using a high-powered paper shredder, he’s cut our recycling in half, and gives the trees in our yard a little boost.
Shredded cardboard and junk mail – all of those letters – are bringing on the blooms.