Laurence offered some tea, and a really nice package with tea & art arrived. At first I will show you the envelope cut open.
Unfortunately my French is very, very rusty, and I have not decyphered the text fully, but I do like the image of the painting very much. A kitchen window, an open…Continue
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More of Art Tower's sweet characters - robots and ladies. And tangerines! My favourite is the girl with the big…Continue
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I sent Torma Cauli an altered postcard from Vienna, and was surprised to find it blogged on his website already a few days later. Oh well, after all Budapest is only a few hours distance from Vienna. But then, really quickly, I also received a postal response: a fascinating haptic collage mounted on a card from the Goethe Institute. Wonderful! Thank you, Torma!…Continue
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A double surprise in my mailbox - on two days in a row - came from Moan Lisa. I got what I understand to be a lovely personal message on this postcard. And I got a large recycled envelope with some cool stamps from Russia. I take the medals as an award for my outstanding work at the Moan Lisa Art Academy! Inside the envelope there was a family collaboration piece of mail art. It features a little rat or mouse painting and reminds me of a favourite - the classic picture book Frederick by Leo…Continue
Sometimes mail art provides real challenges, or puzzles to solve. It took me a while to put this one together, possibly because I got Card No. 2 before Card No. 1. Only today I realized, hang on, two cards from Texas, there may be a connection and now it makes all sense. …Continue
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I like Susan, she always leaves it to me to come up with a title for her art work. It's like being a consultant, but without the high salary. Then again, Mail Art like this is well worth the effort.
My hunch is that Susan knows what she is doing, and has a trained background in drawing. …Continue
VEry clever idea from the Raised Letter Queen herself. There's more than meets the eye.
Open the windows, and you will find deep thoughts ...…Continue
This is one that went missing for a while, but now it is back and has been added to my Katerina Nikoltsou National Library Collection.
Over time we have discovered that some barcodes disappear over time. Hence the question; "Are Barcodes are Human even if they disappear?" and which came first, products or barcodes?
Some food for thought this weekend.…Continue
From Stephanie, a thick beautifully composed card, playing with an artist's vision!
From Diane, pieces of a reality, a…Continue
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I love getting a smorgasbord of mailart pieces and Nancy's 'hardly noticeable' mail art was a delight to slip from the side of the envelope. The envelope, so beautifully crafted and topically appropriate... I hated to cut into it, but then I noticed that it was already opened (I don't think…Continue
Jeanne....you rock...thank you so much for my very first artie slide...it is wonderful!…Continue
Thanks Dustin! …Continue
Archiving mail art sent and received is quite time consuming. I got two bits of mailart in the post today and decided it was time to do some catching up with blogging all the wonderful art I've received from some very decent IUOMA members.
Here's s a postcard from Claudia McGill I love the colours:…Continue
Well here they are and right in time. Erni sent me some chocolate Christmas tree decorations. They all look happy in that box, but what will Dean do with them?
EAT THEM or PUT THEM ON THE CHRISTMAS TREE. Vote on this blog now! You will determine the fate of these little guys. Deadline…Continue