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nrd commented on John Gayer's group mini mail art
"Thank you for including me, sorry for the disruption of original plans.  I am looking forward to starting on things tomorrow!"
Jan 15, 2020
nrd commented on John Gayer's group mini mail art
"Sorry, I meant that I was wanting to be in on the exchange.  Am i too late?"
Jan 11, 2020
nrd commented on John Gayer's group mini mail art
"I am getting back into mail art and would like to be involved please."
Jan 10, 2020
nrd joined Mary J. Grellner's group


an overview of all kinds of odd shaped postcards you send out or get in.See More
Jan 2, 2020
nrd joined Jean Jackson's group


Where the envelope is the art and the art is the envelope.  Identify as such with a DO NOT OPEN, CONTENTS NOT ENCLOSED, or other such warning...See More
Jan 2, 2020
nrd joined John Gayer's group

mini mail art

one could say this is a group for the small minded or those interested in shrinking the archive...See More
Jan 2, 2020

Profile Information

Mail-Artist since:
My Website (without http://):
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
I like the equality of mail art and how it is available to anyone with a stamp. I also find it a creative outlet that brings joy to people.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
P.O. Box 62
Old Washington, Kentucky

Comment Wall (9 comments)

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At 9:34pm on July 8, 2018, barbargirl said…

Love. Love. The mermaid art. 

At 2:33am on April 16, 2018, Jayne Barket Lyons said…

Howdy, Nicholas ~ I received your lovely mail! Read about it here.

At 2:28pm on April 8, 2018, Mike Parsons said…

Thanks for the Mail ART 

A card & a note headed your way 

At 3:17pm on April 7, 2018, Jules S said…

Welcome! Looking forward to seeing some of your mail art.

At 1:48am on April 5, 2018, Mike Parsons said…

Mail ART headed your way Nicholas

Suggest you include name & address om profile info area 

At 2:17pm on March 29, 2018, Patricio - The Celestial Scribe said…

Earthling, this may be the last but certainly, it´s not the least welcome message to IUOMA you are going to receive. I’m a celestial mail artist living in a heavenly corner of the faraway universe called Republik van Patland. I´d love to be the other end if you wish to trade mail art with a celestial mail artist. If this is the case at the time your envelope should read as follows:

The Celestial Scribe
Terrene Embassy
Republik van Patland
Caixa Postal 461

I look forward to seeing a piece of yours in my terrene mailbox. I´ll do my homework after receiving your artwork. This is nothing less than a Celestial Promise. I’m Patricio, Celestial Scribe & Republik van Patland Official Envelope Provider.

At 5:26pm on March 26, 2018, Jayne Barket Lyons said…

Hi Nicholas! Yes, I am new too! Looking forward to sending mail art your way! :)

At 4:25pm on March 24, 2018, Bruno Cassaglia - netpoetartist said…
At 7:38pm on March 23, 2018, Bruno Cassaglia - netpoetartist said…


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