That is scanned bread art. Each is marked on one side as bread art, and on the other side we have "part one" and "part two." They are ordinary, and hard as rocks. In person they are like quietly celebratory beacons with souls of their own. Erni posted a fine photo of them a while back, and even then some kind of aura or voice emanated from them, making me covet them (silently). It was a grand surprise when these arrived in the mail, as I didn't think they were on their way here. They are much loved here.
Below is a scan of the interactive drink art and the wash art that arrived in the same package, with the wash art especially a favorite with its earthy and pleasant smell and in a (silken?) bag:
Who knows, maybe one day a photo will be posted of this wash art being used. Possibly on an incomplete bathing evening.
And last but not least, scans of the crushed cans follow, a highlight in my opinion being the "monster" can, though the dots are always winners also. Erni, what can I say? It is always a very fine mail art day when a parcel from you arrives. Love from an Erni Bar Fan Club member, "in good standing" at least according to Grigori Antonin. Thank you!