"Michael. hello; I used to have cards printed by Giraffe Cards and was very happy with them but when I realized that I finished with lots of unused cards I decided it was cheaper to print them myself as I needed them.
Giraffe cards used…"
"Such a fascinating mail artist. Was hoping that Michael Leigh and others might know of any British mail artists like Michael Scott who may have created anti or pro-Falkland War stamps during the war- rubber stamp or postage stamp. The war was brief…"
Hi Michael, sorry for delay in replying. We were in communication around 2000-2001 I think. But also, long before that, I once delivered a friend in a sealed box to your International Mail Art Convention, in Lambeth, around about 1990 I reckon. Ben Part was his name, 'Part B' his alias. We then came in and made mail art together. It's a memory I still cherish! John Held Junior was also there, he helped me unload the 'parcel' from my 'delivery van'... Ben was not a small chap! I've long since lost touch with him. Marta Aitchson sent me some of your Ping Pong collaborative stamps which are lovely. Hope you're well and happy! Best wishes, Amrit
Hi Michael, I can't seem to figure out how to invite people after the fact, but I would like to check out my mail art call. Please don't feel obligated to participate, I think it may interest you though :) I'm not soliciting anyone, just a friendly invite to my first attempt at a mail art call :)
I will make an effort to check in often here too. I have really scaled back, in general, with social media, but trying to make more art. I have started the year by making some collages in a small Moleskin. I also hope to do more with photography and video, but we shall see. I'm going to take my time this evening to look through all of your photos here.
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