And great 'this is what she sees' returned home.
Of course new visions still are welcome.
Thank you very much, all of…Continue
That must be Dean's!…Continue
The other side showed that part of this piece must has been a tissue box, according to the fresh clean tissues:…Continue
Fortunately some colleague mail artists are willing to help to complete the sheets.
I'll post the…Continue
Last week I happened to receive two 10x15cms Water Colour paintings ('aquarel' in Dutch) at the same day.
One created close to my home town and sent recently, the other created far away and sent a longer time ago.
I am happy to show them here:
From Amsterdam, the Netherlands:…
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Some people asked me where MomKat and I created mail art last month.
Here's the answer. When you stand in front of this building (my favourite building in Paris), and then turn to the right...
... behind that crowd, on the left from the bassin, you can see Momkat and Edmund already sitting…Continue
Food for thought, FeMail Art created and sent by Ungala.
Er, 'not right nor wrong'?
What do you think?
Whatever the correct answer is, thank you very much for this mail art (and the great drawing on the back!),…Continue
I received this wonderful collaged envelope from Erni.
'O, hier is weer zo'n knutselwerk', the lady from the postboxes said when she took the envelope from a hidden place (as it didn't fit in the postbox). Translated: 'Oh, here's an other fiddling work' (the funny thing is that in Dutch 'art' is 'kunst', and 'knutselen' is to fiddle / tinker (in a positive way).
And Erni wrote the relativizing words already on top of the envelope:
'If you can't get any high art,
Recently a mysterious parcel landed in my hands. 'Address unknown' (Onbekend adres) it said....…Continue
Since many years the Platypus is one of my most favourite animals. And every now and then a platypus reaches my mail box, all the way from Oz (and other countries).
Today I am happy to show you some of them.
Above the great amazing sweet Platypus, made thanks to Onions. Thank you…Continue
Especially for the ones for whom yarn bombing takes too much time (by the sizes needed), Mail Art is the way to go!
You can knit and send …
In the rush of everyday's tasks I usually am behind with things that really matter (Mail Art!). Too late to reply to received mail art, and many times wishing belated birthdays.
However sometimes things happen in advance. I'll share such things below this post.…Continue
Great stamped envelope and add-and-pass-on-printed-matter from Ruud!
I always wonder how Ruud succeeds in printing his stamps so well: you can see that all stamps are colouring completely!. While mine almost always leave some white (and when I try to solve it by using more ink,…
Made for the 'Paths of Water' mail art project, while wondering why clean, potable water is distributed…Continue