A Posting Place for Scapemakers and -receivers:Pagescapes, Landscapes, Islandscapes, Seascapes, Sewerscapes, Cloudscapes, Moonscapes, Planetscapes, Starscapes, Nebulascapes, Galaxyscapes, Fantasyscapes, Futurescapes, Steamscapes, Mangascapes, etc.Allscapes, All the Time(even botanical ones).See More
This group is for mail artists in the northwest corner of the U.S. and British Columbia. Exchange mail art with your region's artists and maybe meet in person. We are planning quarterly meetings in the Seattle area where we will make mail art together and share what we are working on, as well as some favorite pieces we have received. We'll also share tips and techniques. Put a face to the name on the envelope!See More
Hi Thea. The message I sent you on March 26 was actually meant for mail Martha. We were in the middle of a conversation. I will be sending you something in my next batch of mail. Your photography is facinating. I m guessing that it is digitally manipulated. Yes?
Earthling, this may be the last but certainly, it´s not the least welcome message to IUOMA you are going to receive. I’m acelestial mail artistliving in a heavenly uncharted corner of the faraway universe called“Republik van Patland”. I would love to be the other end if you wishto trade mail art with a celestial mail artist. If that is the case at the time your envelope should read as follows:
The Celestial Scribe Terrene Embassy Republik van Patland Caixa Postal 461 Curitiba-PR 80011-970 Brazil
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 thana celestial promise. I’m Patricio, Celestial Scribe & Republik van PatlandOfficial Envelope Provider.
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