Bradford
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  • Deadwood SD 57732-0676
  • United States
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Bradford commented on Kathy Barnett's photo
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My Helper

"I'm glad I'm not the only one who has photo-documented incoming mail art being inspected by a cat."
yesterday
Bradford joined Alana Schlotter's group
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Architecture/Architectural

I have found architecture and architectural elements fascinating for as long as I can remember. And was surprised there was no group already created that revolves around this topic or these images.  Open to anything revolving around architecture/buildings/or the elements that make up these parts of our society.See More
Sunday
Bradford joined Ficus strangulensis's group
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Thinking about Mail-Art

Bernard Suits' book "The Grasshopper" analyses play which many would think is a facet of mail-art. What other thoughts do you have concerning mail-artSee More
Saturday
Bradford commented on De Villo Sloan's photo
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Mail art by Penny Reinecke (Cottesloe, Western Australia)

"Seriously, though, the orange (luminescent ink) barcode also serves to tie it together a bit."
Aug 4
Bradford commented on De Villo Sloan's photo
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Mail art by Penny Reinecke (Cottesloe, Western Australia)

"I'm so embarrassed.  None of my asemics have a stitch on.  (I'll just let myself out now.)"
Aug 4
Bradford left a comment for Tara Odorizzi
"I really like Filter."
Aug 3
Bradford left a comment for Princess Olivia Mooncake
"Sadly, barff!!! is only available as a Kindle edition; nothing for someone who wants to hold barff!!! in their hands."
Aug 3
Bradford commented on Michael Leigh's blog post Re-hanging Landing Gallery
""OH FLUFFY" is always relevant."
Aug 3

Profile Information

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 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.

At 6:56pm on June 6, 2020, jon foster said…
Yes, the CALL ON ME project is over. I might do a second one if there's interest.
At 3:27am on May 20, 2020, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Bradford, Thanks for the link to the postage stamps made from the algae of the Venice Lagoon. It's a very interesting story and explanation of the stamp-making process.

At 10:24pm on April 16, 2020, Jenn Miltenberger said…

Wow, that was definitely me. I haven't had any in years. I had one named Harriett who lived for years and years. 

At 4:23am on April 3, 2020, Fast Eyes said…
I thought we were too. Just the S2 connection, I guess.
At 2:57pm on March 26, 2020, Debra Mulnick said…

That is TWISTED!

 
 
 

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