A fun hand-made envelope arrived in Greece today from Imelda.
And it is definitely labeled correctly: ZUPER ZALOP!
There is also an "Admit One" ticket for entrance...and beauties within:…Continue
Steam engine diagram from Louise M Kiner. This is a diagram to help me build a steam engine to power the Timey whimey that Louise sent me.
So let me see;
The toe bone connected to the heel bone,
The heel bone connected to the…
An envelope full of what Val calls; Non-Mail Art. So be it! Thank you Val, or should I say non thank you? But wait and see, these items will appear again someday!
Lovely page with (Silk?) threads pouring out of it. You can't help running your fingers a long the threats. On the 9th of January 2012, the “Bound for Life” book was unbound for life as the pages have been sent around the world. Thank you ladies.…Continue
Added by Dean aka Artist in Seine on January 23, 2012 at 4:54pm — No Comments
N° 2 paint on paper from Cheryl N°5 Penn comes with a note which explains that this piece came from a 3 meter painting on paper pulp that is cut up after the paint is dry. By the look of the thickness of the paint, I would estimate that it took about a year to dry. The note further explains that the paper pulp comes a friend who by the way is 3 meters tall and works at a paper mill, and likes to give her a roll. And it seems that the paint wasn't even dry before that happen, but it does…Continue
The following contributors have been inducted into the Gina Lotta Post Artistamp Museum:
• Picasso Gaglione (1 more)
• Laura Podob (4 more)
• Theo Nelson (8)
• Giovanni Stradada de Revanna (4 more)
• Bruno Chiarione (2 more)
• Otto Sherman (7 more)
• Ptrzia TicTac (5 more)
• Reid Wood Goes Stamp Bonkers
• Angie Cope (6 more)
• Otto Sherman (14 more)
• Carl Chew (2 more)
• Eleanor Kent (4 more)
You can see them at…
Added by ginny lloyd on January 22, 2012 at 7:05pm — No Comments
What a gorgeous glove to shake hands with, Alicia!
Thank you so much!
Added by Emmy Verschoor on January 22, 2012 at 2:59pm — No Comments
Added by Emmy Verschoor on January 22, 2012 at 8:43am — No Comments
I've recently finished a mail art project at university and I'm finding it strange not receiving art through my letter box anymore, so I've joined here. If anyone would like to send me anything, I'll be happy to reply. I especially like Alice In Wonderland, but I like anything, as I believe art can be anything. Hope to hear from people soon.
My address is :
10 Harrison Grove
Added by A.Rose on January 22, 2012 at 12:04am — No Comments
I AM GOING TO WORKING ON MY POP-UP BOOK ABOUT ZOMBIES,AND JOURNAL WRITING THIS WEEKEND.TODAY I GET TO GO TILE SHOPPING WITH MY EX-MOTHER-IN-LAW,[SHE LOVES ME MORE hahaha]HAVE A GOOD WEEKEND.
Added by viola may rollins on January 20, 2012 at 4:56pm — No Comments
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This is amazing as the little squares are not bigger than 5mm X 5mm. This is the second piece I've received from Rebecca that is this vibrant color yellow that I don't see much in mail art. I rarely use this color but it is so vibrant. I think this is created by using woven strips, but then the squares are not even so I am mystified how she did this. thank you…Continue