Elevator Confessional Postcards
Saskatchewan place names are funny. They seem like they come from 'out of nowhere', but they do, in fact, come from somewhere.
Zoé Zénon's Elevator Confessional postcards satirically examine the history of Saskatchewan place names, considering what histories have been written over, how these current - mainly English - names were created, what they meant then, and what they mean now.
Digitally printed on cardstock. 4.25" x 6". Available individually or as a set.