Well the country may be broke, but they sure know how to bring in the New Years. Very clever Rustic French Bread wrapper with Confetti inside. All in an envelope of course, from the party girl herself. Thank you very much for the Christmas and Mail Art. Katerina, I'm still smiling.…Continue
Now that Mim has finished her 365, 1 mail art per day for a year project, there are no longer numbers on her Mail Art works. So my guess is we are back to putting our own titles. I call this one Mim's The Golden Seal. I don't know why as it has nothing to do with the Navy Seals or those other seals that can balance a ball on their noses. It was just the first thing that came to mind. Thank you Mim as she arrives in Paris today.…Continue
Two From E or in short we could say EE. One is actually an invite to donate my soul to E, which I might just take him up on that project as the Mail Art Omens have been good to me.
The second one is a machine of how to make funky Mail Art. One I must try soon. Thank you E, and boy have I got something for you ...…Continue
Added by Dean aka Artist in Seine on January 4, 2012 at 5:50pm — No Comments
Hey Postman! There is a Herr sending me soup. The Soup King, Hair Erni Bar out done himself again. Not only does he send a package of soup, he makes sure it is BIO as well, and to top the whole thing off, it is even within it's sell by date of 03 Dec 2012. My German grandmother use to make Fruhlings suppe for us when I was little. She would always say that if I finished the…Continue
This is a clear 45 that arrived as is. I love the seated buddha image as it makes me think the record is an endless loop of mantra chanting. Such a great idea-have no idea where you can still find vinyl. Thank you…Continue
I went from never having heard of golden doodles, to meet like five people who have one of these pony sized dogs! They're adorable. This mail is made of taped paper and arrived with no rips or tears. Thank you…Continue
Added by DKULT on January 4, 2012 at 4:23pm — No Comments
On a more serious side, I also received this lovely peice from Kerri Pullo entitled "Vanishing Professor". Very nice indeed, but it is hard to find where the professor starts and finishes! I like the vanishing theme, and hope to use it someday. Thank you very much Kerri, and I hope to send you something soon.
Little Po Peep and the tales of waiting for Mail art from the MAIL man...or the POSTman if you live in France ;-)
There are these little birdies that so want to see Mail Art in Val's Mail box...
or is it the Post in his Post box from…Continue
Added by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on January 4, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
GOTIJ Goat Cheese and other surprises!
Thom has just had a birthday: HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
And all kinds of wondrous mail art is arriving...
This is the second day with Thom's art in my mail box and I am soooo CHUFFED :-)
Added by Emmy Verschoor on January 4, 2012 at 10:16am — No Comments
This is a wonderful piece and brought back some great memories. When I was 16 years old, I told the girls at school that we had a magic couch in our house and they could come over for a ride if they wanted. However, I never thought to give out tickets! Well times have changed, and Kerri has given me ticket n° 7211872. I have calculated that my turn will come to be on my 93rd birthday. Well something surely to keep living for. PS: If anyone gets a ticket from Kerri with the number of 5…Continue
Added by Emmy Verschoor on January 3, 2012 at 1:52pm — No Comments
A good start into the new year: Ruud Jansen sent me a bunch of stuff, I'm especially glad about the TAM-collage - will sent something soon. Thank you, Ruud, I'm honored!!
Added by Svenja Wahl on January 3, 2012 at 8:38am — No Comments
I already received wonderful things per mail from Edward Schaefer, maybe some remember the huge Proust-poster I so liked. Now he has sent this package with very special Max-Wolf-stamps (especially made for me living in the Max-Wolf-Straße???!!!).…Continue
Added by Michalis Kotsaris on January 3, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments