Well, Erni Bär sent me a set of sponges, and I promissed to stamp with them. Here is how that goes.
First you need to prepare the sponges for the formats you want to stamp. These sponges are tough to cut, so I needed an industrial siccors to get that done. The first letters of Erni Bär to start with.…Continue
Well, new material to test in the rubberstamp archivë. Will have a go with these wonderful items for sure!…Continue
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Above from TOKITAMA, side 2
Above from SVENJA…Continue
Two collages from two of the best!…Continue
Great mail from Erni Bär (Germany) last week. He sent me a typical envelope with his portrait on it and the envelope itself had a special size.......…Continue
This afternoon, my postal carrier pulled into the driveway, honking wildly! I was certain she brought the package from Germany for which I'd been waiting. I took the stairs two at a time... Imagine my confusion when she waved an…Continue
Roland Halbritter lives in Germany and continues to be a Mail Artist without being on this website.
At first I didn't think that this would be legal, so I checked it out with the European Regulatory Agency who told me I needed to see the European Medicines Agency. They deal with Scientific guidelines, but also Regulatory and procedural guidance.
I called; "Mail Art?" they said. "Oh yes, that would be in Volume 10,256, page…Continue
Svenja Wahl and I have been sending this collage back and forth, adding this and that. I'll be sending this your way soon, Svenja!…Continue
A large envelope arrived from Erni Bär in Germany. The stampsheets I sent him are returned in this large envelope full with messages. You won't see me angry when someone sends a gift like this. The Erni Bär Fan Club stamps are now formally in the TAM Rubberstamp Archive in Breda!
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Long overdue on posting this. So sorry, Elke. Got put in a different folder. EG is an artist whose work continues to facinate me. Her assemblages and typographic desconstructions are quite enigmatic…Continue
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