Added by andytgeezer on February 4, 2011 at 12:33pm — No Comments
Mail-art by IUOMA member Emily Townsend (Lakewood, Colorado, USA)
February 1, 2011 - Emily Townsend sent me a mail-art book announcing a call for her ongoing Goddess project (see the final panel of this blog for…Continue
Let me start off by telling you all that today is a snow day in Toronto. Not quite the "snowmaggedon" that was threatening, but enough to shut down the schools (a first in 12 years). But, does this stop my postal delivery person from bringing me something fab? It certainly does not!
"One paperdoll #12" certainly brought warmth and a smile. I especially loved the vintage feel of it. Most excellent!
(and the cut up lyrics to Prince's "Poplife" were a fun to figure…Continue
Added by Louise Kiner on February 3, 2011 at 12:44am — No Comments
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A bubbly and colorful card from Viviana Cernjul, with paint, pen and very cool stamps. My very first mail from South America, thank you so much Viviana!
Arttower cannot see this blog because around the end of December he had a computer melt-down. About the same time, I also…Continue
Hanging from the poet tree is a ripe piece of fruit called Fred Wilder's Poetry of Filth. This new book from Wilder is a collection of putrefying filth & poems presented for the dark hearted and cruel minded. I must warn you though it is a bit ghastly what with there being sexually transmitted ideas and strange fluxus imagery that will turn your marmalade bitter…Continue
Added by Fred Wilder on February 1, 2011 at 10:45pm — No Comments
Although the collage is amazingly "handsome" and I must get a…Continue
ejva and nsva sent me a most intriguing mail art package that came in my mail box today (along with ANOTHER do-it-yourself Haptic thiing from Germany!) Here is the Haptic packet from China...with instructions:
The green base is really a folded..."something"…Continue
Added by Karen Champlin on February 1, 2011 at 3:44pm — No Comments
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After rooting around in old houses this weekend, I picked up a pantograph and some fountain pens to add to my art supplies. These two pen-shaped things were among my purchases. Anyone know what they are? My guess on the red one is a) a burin of…Continue