Jim Massara, N2EST, is a talented artist. I’ve never met him in person, but hope to one day.
I’ve created this post because if you’re an amateur radio operator who loves the QSL card aspect of our hobby, then you need to know about Jim.
Just a little under three weeks ago I became aware of his work. Jim creates unique one-of-a-kind QSL cards using cartoon art. He extracts from you what your passion is about the hobby, your favorite colors, etc. and uses that to create a vibrant card that screams to the recipient who you are.
My passion happens to be QRP outdoor radio in New Hampshire. Fall is also my favorite season. I love to take my dog with me on adventures when possible. I do primarily CW. That’s pretty much all Jim knew about me. Look what he created:
Here’s the crazy thing. When you do the math, it costs less than a penny per card extra for Jim to create a unique one-of-a-kind QSL card that undeniably gets the attention of any operator you send it to.
My guess is that many of the cards that Jim has created adorn the walls of radio shacks all over the world while standard beige manila cards languish inside dark drawers or shoe boxes or end up in trash cans.
Let’s do the math. At the time I wrote this post, Jim charges a one-time fee of $200 for a color cartoon of you.
If you order 1,000 QSL cards that means you’re paying just two TENTHS of a penny extra for your one-of-a-kind card.
Don’t you feel it’s worth that to get a stunning QSL card when you don’t seem to hesitate to spend $1,000 or more on a radio, antenna, or who-knows-what?
CLICK HERE now to get your own special card from Jim. Once again, I’ve got no pecuniary interest in Jim or his business. Be sure to contact me after you get your card from Jim. I’d love to see what he did for you!