Quote Originally Posted by anikin View Post

Here are some known methods that people have been sending their prints:

flat, sandwiched in between two stiff cardboards, in a flat cardboard mailer or a soft bubble wrap mailer <--very good for unmounted prints, OK for mounted prints
flat, loose with popcorn, bubble wrap, newspaper or other soft material in a cardboard box mailer <--good for mounted prints
rolled in a cardboard tube <--very not good for mounted prints
hand delivered <--now that's dedication!
Having had a print totally trashed by postman dunking a package in a bucket of water (or dropping it in a puddle), can I implore participants to put prints inside a plastic bag before posting. For my part, I've taken to using heat sealed freezer grade bags, but this may be considered a bit over the top by some.