July 2012 Blog Posts (233)

Jumpy owl

Look who arrived here after a long travel from Old Orchard Beach to Heidelberg! Nancy sent this slow owl (say that ten times!) ages ago. I love it and I'm laughing about it. It has everything good mail art needs: eyes, rust, fringes.…

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Added by Svenja Wahl on July 2, 2012 at 10:00pm — 6 Comments

Monotype from Michalis Kotsaris, Greece

This is beautiful. It is number one of a series of two monotypes, created by Michalis Kotsaris. I am really curious about the technique. The paper is handmade, I guess. Thank you, Michalis.

Added by Suus in Mokum on July 2, 2012 at 9:23pm — 1 Comment

One Last Batch

About 200 cards have been distributed for the Millennia Mail Art Project.  There is one last batch left.  If you haven’t gotten one and want to participate, send me a message (via my website) and these will be mailed out on a first-come-first-serve basis.  Learn about the project here.

Added by Tofu on July 2, 2012 at 9:19pm — No Comments

My day

Katerina asked why my birthday is not on the IUOMA birthday "list" and I have no answer for that, other than, I never knew where or how to do that. But today is MY day, or at least for me it is. I've been swimming in a salt water pool this morning, and had coffee and a blueberry scone in my own back yard, and am going to post images of some of my favorite things on my blogger blog. What a day, so far. How's YOUR day going?

Any one else with a 2 July birthday?

(from Richmond,…

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Added by Mim Golub Scalin on July 2, 2012 at 4:28pm — 7 Comments

minitel @rchéologos

Added by yves maraux on July 1, 2012 at 9:44pm — No Comments

Two from Svenja

Straight outta the mean streets of Heidelberg comes Svenja's Mail Art Nuns and Running Man with Camel. Svenja, like so many others, has sent me two (2) things before I could even blog one....(insert sound of smitten brow here). I love Svenja's wrap around technique and I'm going to try it soon. I can hear those national geographic maps a callin' me. I will need some help deciphering the text here, Svenja as my German (like my French) is limited to Woe est der toiletten. …

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Added by David Stafford on July 1, 2012 at 9:11pm — 5 Comments

A Treat Grows in Brooklyn

Another exhibit from the museum of small things by curator Theresa Williams. Weaving a story around an old Cracked card that depicts Brooklyn of long ago, Theresa reimagines the scene as it might unfold with the current residents of the contemporary epicenter of the hipness. I don’t envy Jimmy in his wonderment. Thank you, Theresa.

A small story:…

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Added by David Stafford on July 1, 2012 at 8:14pm — 1 Comment

Maybe and Add n Pass.Dean Marks, StripyGoose, Andy Geezer.06.30.12

This small postcard reached me yesterday....not sure what to do with it...is it an Add n Pass? or just a hello!

if it is and Add n Pass, please let me know the originator so it gets back to them once it's been in the wind a while...

thanks…

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Added by Amy Irwen on July 1, 2012 at 7:15pm — 4 Comments

Received from Roberto.PR.06.29.12

A fantastic piece from Roberto....Very cool texture with the brown paper bag background *!* and.....an AP originated from Tofu with adds from Roberto so far...mine will be Layer 3, so will post when I finish with it...…

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Added by Amy Irwen on July 1, 2012 at 6:58pm — No Comments

Plain Jane ? from Claudia

Poor white couch-she needs higher self esteem I think white is always stylish and classic. Wait, why I am worried about an object? Because Claudia's has frankenfurnitured them and made them real. Thank you Claudia=very…

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Added by DKULT on July 1, 2012 at 6:50pm — 1 Comment

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