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Bradford left a comment for carry
"No more address?"
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Richard Canard left a comment for Bradford
"21.10.20 Dare Sir Bradford,...looking forward to the second coming of the Yves Klein postcard ("Leap into the Void")  -a monumental  event in contemporary art.......& the Doonesbury Cartoon Postage Stamps (via Michael…"
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Yves Klein Commemorative (France)

"I made an Yves Klein stamp and a postcard some years ago, but never shared it or the postcard version.  I need to dig that up and be ready for the next anniversary."
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michael thompson left a comment for Bradford
"I mailed my first piece in 1990, but perhaps some of the old envelopes that I've employed have earlier dates on them, but I can't contend that my work pre-dates 1990. My first was a stamp of Bug Bunny taken from a magazine with his ears…"
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Bradford commented on Valentine Mark Herman's group BORING POSTCARDS
"Mid-80s?  No, sir.  It looks to be a 1969-73 model 911 Coupe.  The earlier 911's were a shorter wheelbase by 2.3 inches and thus, more prone to oversteer rotation.  By 1974, the grills below the headlights were gone. On that…"
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Bradford commented on Poison Label Productions's group E Mail-Art
"RJ would be proud and possibly envious of you."
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artroom3

""Structure of the Visual Book" looks interesting."
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Bradford commented on Poison Label Productions's group E Mail-Art
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Mail-Artist since:
Hmmm, been doin' weird things with mail since the early 70s, but only with friends/family until 1994.
My Website (without http://):
http://www.flickr.com/photos/67195631@N00/
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
The usual reasons: it's truly democratic (if you ignore the poor folks who don't have mail service) and it is NECESSARY for my soul to create/share art in such a fashion. I can't quite put a finger on why I went from collecting stamps to making my own stamps when in my early teens thinking I was the only weirdo on the planet to do such a thing.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
Bradford
PO Box 676
Deadwood, SD 57732-0676
—USA—

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At 6:23am on October 22, 2020, Richard Canard said…

21.10.20 Dare Sir Bradford,...looking forward to the second coming of the Yves Klein postcard ("Leap into the Void")  -a monumental  event in contemporary art.......& the Doonesbury Cartoon Postage Stamps (via Michael Thompson) .....I had not ever heard of that one but  what an exciting,strange & exceptionable collectible that must be even among traditional  & conservative stamp collectors!!!!!   SinCelery, Richard Canard

At 11:48pm on October 21, 2020, michael thompson said…

I mailed my first piece in 1990, but perhaps some of the old envelopes that I've employed have earlier dates on them, but I can't contend that my work pre-dates 1990. My first was a stamp of Bug Bunny taken from a magazine with his ears extending beyond the borders of the cartoon perforations. My motivation came from an article about a Doonesbury cartoon that was drawn as postage stamps and folks cut those out, glued them to envelopes and sent them successfully through the mail. 

At 10:09pm on September 18, 2020, Yvonne Kettner said…

Hi Bradford, 

I had to look up what the cow group was first ;) 

well, I have a cow chair, might as well join the cow group. 

Yvonne

At 12:02am on September 13, 2020, Mail Art Martha said…

Thank you Bradford, I have a card from A C but the address is not clear .

At 7:42am on August 28, 2020, Tara Odorizzi said…

Hi Bradford, thanks so much! For some reason I'm just seeing your message, I think I just haven't gotten the hang of the IUOMA site yet. You have such a great collection of work on your page. Would you like to do an exchange?

At 12:21pm on July 17, 2020, Bruno Cassaglia said…

Ciao Caro Amico, grazie! un fraterno abbraccio. cb*

At 6:16am on July 6, 2020, Peg McCaskey said…

I am a nut!!!

At 11:17pm on June 29, 2020, Jennifer Wallace said…

Heavens ... will this set a new trend of sending images of washing machines? Will a new IUOMA group have to be started?

At 10:08pm on June 24, 2020, Chepín said…

Thanks for the feedback.  I was trying for a Bruno C. flashy image.  it took some time and i'm still not sure but ya can't go wrong with pinials as finials (had to look that one up - i was sure it was a bird term..jeje) or with avians. Will send snail mail one of these days.... if the post office survives in the USA...ciao

At 8:59pm on June 21, 2020, Aaron Sciandra said…

Thank you so much. As of right now the Beard award is just a nomination. Winners will be announced in September.

Bradford's Blog

LOST LOVE LETTERS 2020, a book by Adam Roussopoulos

Posted on August 19, 2020 at 7:03am 13 Comments

Adam created both an Artistamp Series and a Book in two different formats generally as an Asemic excursion based on found (lost) love letters.

Note: The two formats for the book are as follows:

FIRST FORMAT - US Letter Sheet, 8½x11inches (Edition of 4)

SECOND FORMAT - ½-sheet, 4¼x8½ inches (Edition of 8)

Here are scans of the smaller format edition:…

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