The first painted envelope with "Sweet Dream Buddie" arrived with a note saying that a larger one was on its way. Guido also has a very distinctive style, African yet South Oceanic symbolic work.
The second large envelope was rained on so a bit tattered at the edges with the paint smeared, but as Guido said it was a great collaboration with the Rain God..... Thanks for these Guido!…Continue
Karen's distinctive characters with their naive quality never cease to please me. All her cards are painstakingly handdrawn, painted, or printed using so many different techniques, they are wonderful and I am always glad when her envelopes arrive in my postbox. Thanks my friend.…Continue
Added by Lesley Magwood Fraser on June 30, 2011 at 3:40pm — No Comments
June 29, 2011 - Diane Keys (DK) sent me a nice mail-art package covering the current grocery list craze,…Continue
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I was rather puzzled by this card when I opened my mailbox and had to actually ask David if he was sick and dying :-))
I was relieved to hear that all was well for him. After reading his message I thought that he had indeed sent it to the right person. Some people think about death much more often…
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A new photoblog started at the occasion of a mail art workshop on June 4, 2011 at the Espace Wallonie in Brussels. While Bernd Reichert and Reed Altemus were at the artist book fair in Mainz, Germany, I participated at the collage mail art workshop proposed by Inez Oludé da Silva and Mario Villaggi. This workshop was one of the 5 that took place during the exhibition 50/50. Mario became 50 and invited 50…Continue
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I only found out very recently about Vaida's work and she has such a refined, elegant style. This piece with a page from Othello, beautiful stitching and ink stamps is a real goodie (and my first mail from Lithuania!). Thank you Vaida!
I had a gentle reminder from She Who Must Be Obeyed that I had not blogged her beautiful book yet. As it is not strictly Mail Art I had not thought to show it to you all in IUOMA, but as we have had some other Bones of Contention works here it is. I am so so honoured that the book was made specially for me, using some images from a collaborative book that Cheryl and I had done in 2009. The pages are made from another of Cheryl's books that she took apart and remade the paper. Using her…Continue
Added by Michalis Kotsaris on June 28, 2011 at 3:07pm — No Comments