Open the packaging, open the gold box...and what does appear? PAPER stuffing!
LOTS of paper stuffing!
Or....is it ART? Pure white sculpture:…Continue
Now he is smiling on the Gold Box: Hello Hamburger!…Continue
This will need more than just ONE blog dear friends...
A BOX (32x22x13 cm) from the Haptic Werewolf arrived at the Hellas (ELTA) Post Office.
It waited patiently,off on the right, as I sent off some mail art cards:
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Karen Champlin sighting!
Beautiful card, and I realized that the white tape was stuck on
by the US post office, not the original design, right?
Touch-of-BLUE and map fragment, drawing and just super fine collage. Thank you,…Continue
OPA! Welcome to Australia!
Oh, I am sooo there, Vizma...ya got summer, yes?
nice envelope...fun stampings
It is a grey ugly rainy winter day in Greece (first day of its kind :-) …Continue
'Just gone for a few days, and returned today to find wonderful Mail Art.
Some on my "prayer carpet" at the studio.
From Banana Day, Nov.18, BLUE Dolphins of Crete with
banana stickers from Valentine Mark Herman.,,simba, simba…Continue
Two portrait stampings in an envelope from "E".
Are they both our dear friend in Utopia??? One without....one with ...a beard:
Wonderful effect of "E" on the classical column capital motif...it's an…Continue
A fun full mailbox, for "Greece, Hellas, Yunanistan" from SanFran, from Asli Omur
Colorful envelope and a note that her ancestors came from Trikala and settled in Istanbul...
and now Asli is in San Francisco..and YES, I have been to…Continue
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There are sooooo many stickers on the envelope
that it is hard to say where it comes from....though me suspects
Elgin, Illinois, USA, (Zip 60120 yep) Home of DKult and Diane Keys:-) FOREVER!!!
Yes, both sides and inside...sticky sticker fun! It's green, it's organic, "Look for the 9"????…Continue
Small package from the Haptic Werewolf arrived in the mailbox. Yay!
Arrows point correctly: that's Erni!
Now "something new"? Read instructions before opening:
Someone that I trust, eh??? Who…Continue
MNidham sends some of his beautiful art and
an announcement of a future Mail Art Exhibit in Oman in 2013.
Details to come later.
The art work is fantastic...…Continue
Diamonds or crystals?
Just happy Halloween fun from Boo Cartledge.
'Love the jingle-jangle-bangle effects! Many Thanks, Boo!
And Fleur sends a sign:…Continue
Warm textured papers and wonderful collage!
Even the envelope is exciting!
Thank you, Viv...may you be having…Continue
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Beautiful documentation from Rebecca's "Islands" project.
Full color catalog from the exhibit,
with many wonderful art works, from mail artists here at IUOMA,…Continue
Well, because it is all in Russian, it is a package full of color!
though the texts are many and letters intriguing,
even if meaning is unknownst to me.…Continue
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Soft textured stitchery and fabric art from Amy.
Always a joy to receive!
Flip side also with interesting tag..thanks xxx
Happy colorful card and note enclosed, much appreciated.
Amy loooves to "recycle", so I get my…Continue
Wow...splashy fun colored envelope arrived in Greece today...
'tis a GOOD MAIL ART MONDAY!
Suus in Mokum sent this little packet, BLUE plaid tape, too.
Multicolored cover and a wonderful delicate BLUE…Continue
It's an add and pass...from Russia via Argentina via Turkey...
Kemal Ozyurt happily sent it here to Greece
...and though I usually do not do add n' pass,
I shall definitely add my "head" to this one.
Who would like it next?
It looks like it i going out-of-tis-world !
Kemal also sent a BLUE Plato…Continue
Mail art was waiting for me as I arrived in southern France, back on Oct. 15.
Val carefully laid out all these goodies, on the vintage light blue chenille bedspread
and it was a nice surprise...and Val saved postage :-)…Continue