I just unearthed a stack of fantastic pages of handwritten experiments. Inspired by my love of ledger art and the many talented artist who participated in the Philpott Lake Project (philpottlakeproject.tumblr.com), I am sending out a new mail art call!So, here is the deal; I will send you a sheet of “the experiment” to alter and send back to me. I will then scan the pieces and post them to…See More
"Hi Heleen, glad to know the envelope made it's way to you and that you are enjoying the contents. No worries about getting anything back at me in any pressed time . . . next week, next month, next year [we're almost there], or the next…"
"You made my day, Keith!
Thank you for the wonderful envelope and content, so much appreciated!
I've just posted the artistamps in the artistamp blog here at IUOMA, and hope to post more in my animals blog there , probably the weekend, as…"
"Hi Keith! Thank you so much for the beautiful package! The envelope alone is a work of art! I confess I haven't opened it yet because I want to enjoy it as a sealed surprise for a little while more. It's giving me something to look forward…"
"Hi David, welcome to the IUOMA. Reading some of your comments and questions above; Mail art is whatever you want to make of it. Write on it, draw on it, paste your recent [or old] shopping list on a wooden monkey, stick a stamp on it and mail…"
"und sprachtung O'saying schmardt stoffe:In contrast to the approximately 100 nanometer large diamonds, in which individual nitrogen-vacancy centers are insulated from each other, the graphene layer is electrically conducting. Two gold…"
"13.09.16 Dare Mister Keith S. Chambers, ...& my silly head pops up but only because of & to support the insightful observations of Ficus strangulensis. I enjoyed reading your commentary regarding the term "luddite" at your…"
"Och! Yes! YOB-f is Y'r ol' Bud...
Hey, KC of AC and Dustomology,
I started ages ago to reply and then fell victim to my lost-in-the-dictionary malady... i.e. saw you have a website, looked at the whole string of pix and their titles [and…"
"As DV commented, maintaining the site is much more than paying the bills. Ruud works his ars off to keep it all balanced, I'm sure we don't hear about half of what goes on . . . work that I could see would eventually wear a person down. I,…"
Keith--who else would translate the Latin! I knew it had to be something clever. That's a Red Jungle cock on the lunar stamp, I think. It's beautiful. So much food for thought in this creation of yours. Something will come to you later in the year--I'm exploring some new (to me) techniques to share with my iuoma colleagues.
Keith--your amazing postcard arrived very recently and has been added to my iuoma photo archive. I love the ostrich emerging from the banana. My comment: 'who is slippery as a banana skin and hides his head in the sand'. Love the artist stamp on the reverse--'the provisional bureaucrat' with an empty brain, plus the 'Resist' slogan. Yes we have to stiffen our spines and get our heads out of the sand! Thank you for a thought-provoking card.
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