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How sad, how sad...may this insanity never happen:
"American Values" on Cascadia Art Post card that arrived today:…Continue
I received this intriguing piece of mail art from Spain, I think. I would like to respond if I can figure out where to send something. Many thanks.…Continue
January 14 incoming mail included a postcard from Mr. Richard C. (Illinois).
The postcard was made from a portion of a Lindt Chocolate packaging. Love the FLUXUS comic!Many thanks to Richard… Continue
Added by Jayne Barket Lyons on January 19, 2020 at 2:17am — No Comments
I adore this print! I have to look up how to do these. The colors and shapes are marvelous. So expressive!
SuperHero Games! Indeed. It looks like Superman has the edge, um, well, he needs another little…Continue
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I started making mail art again and trading ATC’s. I feel like my artistic style is totally lost right now, so I’ve been painting a lot of plants and people, while I work in a dinky journal I bought to try and find myself. Nevertheless, people seem to have enjoyed my…Continue
So wonderful to hear from Ruth Giles! The bird is a "Medina" pigeon! and the little slide thingie is really cool and 3 dimensional. Thank you Ruth!
Wonderful altered postcard -- how did she know I am really into old air bases and planes?!…Continue
Added by Toni Hanner -- tonipoet on January 18, 2020 at 11:20pm — No Comments
Sometimes I pity the postal workers of non-Latin countries like Russia or China who have to be proficient in more than one script. Ours coped with Richard's calligraphy, though.
Added by De Villo Sloan on January 18, 2020 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Last memory of December last year. Envelopes came from Greece, USA, France, Italy. Thank you,
David Stanley Aponte
This lovely came from Debra Mulnick early December. It has a fabulous tactile quality, invites you to trace your fingers over the buttons. And of course, you cannot go wrong with a spiral. Every piece of MA from Debra is different and special.…Continue
Added by Heide Monster on January 18, 2020 at 3:50pm — No Comments
Jean Jackson sends a collection of intriguing images. It takes a while to enjoy. I scan them together, but they come in little folded packs.
I have never seen such am intimidating two of swords before.…Continue
Earlier in the month I reported a missing piece of mail from July Staroscik. It arrived! A little worn about the edges. My theory is that thickness have confused the sorting machines. Fab piece, I'm so glad it is here.
Added by Heide Monster on January 18, 2020 at 3:30pm — No Comments