Window Views Around the World Become Lovely Postcards in 'Greetings From Lockdown'

A creative duo crowdsourced shots and gave them a charming vintage vibe

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When Robyn Frost and Victoria Rosselli, who work as creatives at FCB Chicago, found themselves separated as a result of the coronavirus lockdown, they began to send each other photos of their views.

Frost lives in a high-rise apartment in Chicago and Rosselli at her family home in Florida. Frost would send photos of the downtown skyline, and Rosselli would send back photos of the family dog in the garden.

The two, who are friends but not creative partners, had an idea: to use their free time to reimagine today’s quarantine views of cities as classic postcards.

Robyn Frost, Victoria Rosselli

They asked friends around the world, from Amsterdam and Vancouver to London and New York City, to share images of what they could see from their windows.




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