Ok, is this from the "King of TEXAS" ? It is a good recycled cardboard :-)
so that the flip side displays a wonderfully haptic treasure from Nancy.
I am lovin' this!
Super nice US postage stamps, too:…Continue
"Season's Greetings" come 4 times a year from Theo.
He does fantastic art work and adds his poetry on the flip side of the postcard.
Always a joy to receive from Theo.
Here are 4 years 2010-2013 of "Winter" landscapes from…Continue
Added by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on December 17, 2013 at 3:05pm — No Comments
Very MIMimal and beautiful greetiing from Mim
Christmas, or that is to say, gift-giving day, might different
from place to place in the world...but:
Peace to all and Happy Mail Art New Year, 2014!…Continue
Extremely "trashy" boekie arrived in Greece from Neil.
All "Greek" to me, of course.
A series of trashy pages filled with "Greek" items:…Continue
Well, yes, Santa Werewolf sent SANTAS from Hamburg
Choco, choco, and more choco...
BUT there were three very SPECIAL Santas inside Erni's Xmas box, too:…Continue
So, to examine the other goodies that Santa Werewolf sent to Greece!
Some jolly choco Santas! yummy:"EAT ART"!
"Die Gute"??? is:…Continue
There it is at home at Glinou 20, "Feed Art to the World"!
...after waiting in the Greek Post Office to pick it up.…Continue
Look carefully at this envelope painting that Richard sent...
a splash of marbling, and with his amazing calligraphic writing,
it is an ancient eastern technique called "marbling",
often used in book binding for interior cover…Continue
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Dimitra Papatheodorou in Patra has a year long mail art project : "Colour My World",
with each month for this coming year, having a special color (colour) theme, or not.
I have decided to send each month a mail art card with the…Continue
Ti Ar sent the Star on the outside of a large A4 envelope
with very nice greetings on the flip side:
the large envelope is full of wonderful black/white( for Brittany) stampings:…Continue
Added by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on December 11, 2013 at 2:35pm — No Comments
Cats for Kat arrived in Greece from Finland!
What fun, Carina...'love the cats but also all these details:…Continue
Well, a fantastic card arrived in Greece from Iowa City today.
And the flip side reveals the wonderful stitched patterns.
Alicia adds such a haptic feeling to her mail art.
And the envelope is fantastic, too...silky slippery…Continue
Yes, it is from Cathέrine Petrέ in Belgium! Lovely BLUE print..."double take" :-)
'Have been missing her beautiful art here at IUOMA.
So happy to see her in my mail box xxx…Continue
What a wonderful packet arrived from the Bennett's, with three boekies,
and always wonderful vispo, minimal collages:…Continue
The envelope from Niklas is a treat in itself.
Always special to see mail art from the Eraser Heed!
Inside was this folded masterpiece...…Continue
This delicate beauty came from Kim JungYoun in Korea.
Kim does lovely cards with her hundreds and hundreds of washi tape rolls!
Also she included these cards from her trip to SG = Singapore:…Continue
Rod summers' "VEC" will be 40 years old in 2014! Wow!
Congratulations, Rod, and "many more years" : ΧΡΟΝΙΑ ΠΟΛΑ!
Beautiful "minimal" leaf and bits for Autumn...
thank you so much, Rod!
Added by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on December 5, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Thank you, Guido!
This is so colorful, made the postman smile
and wanted to know the story .
Very nice "vintage" ledger from Helder in Portugal for "TILT" : Money!
And already a few pages added.…Continue
There is a place in Sigean, France..."La Rotonde"...
'was there with Val and a good glass of wine.
Now that Val has "given up walking...now flying" , my he be well!
Here is the "art side" of the altered card that my dear…Continue
Yes, it takes THREE blogs for mail from Off-Scene Akademie Hamburg!
Erni is kind enough to FEED Art ...and also CHOCOLATE to Greece :-)
Sooooo...take a German Lebkuchen, with sliced almond atop:…Continue
Added by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on December 5, 2013 at 2:16pm — No Comments