Postcard album. Each postcard is based on an acronym featuring a visual collage and a Q.R. code linking to a sound collage.

The album can be experienced as a total work or as individual tracks disseminated into the world through the U.S.P.S.

Q.W.E.R.T.Y., R.T., A.D.D., S.N.A.F.U., S.V.B.E.E.Q.V., W.W.R.L., S.M.H., A.O.S., E.P.C.O.T., J.F.M.A.M.J.J.A.S.O.N.D., O.J.4.U.G., I.D.K., I.C.Y.M.I., O.I.C.U.R.M.T., O.K., K.V.F., F.U.N.E.X., R.O.Y.G.B.I.V., I.C.

The cover (red with white letters) is a take on the print advertisement made for Canadian rapper Spenny's single O.I.C.U.R.M.T., independently produced with Simco Slim in 2018 (as seen in the last image below which was found on F.B.).

A.D.D. was mailed to the Civil Rights Heritage Center in South Bend to be included in the Ability 3 exhibition.

"A lady wrote the following letters at the bottom of her flour barrel: O.I.C.U.R.M.T."
-From a Victorian magazine, 1864