First, Dean's claim that Barcodes Are Human Too: We've exchanged a few words on the barcode/human idea, but actually Dean convinced me with the art itself, as soon as it arrived. I love it and look forward to more of whatever Dean chooses to send. I like his style! And it wasn't bad in the cards that came to my mailbox from Dean and Katerina drunk in a Paris cafe, either.
Below is my second handsome card from JJalltheway (#211). Why the post office thought it needed to put its computer coded strip on both sides of this piece is unknown, but it's part of the piece now and can always remind you that the piece didn't arrive via carrier pigeon or pony express. Thanks, JJ! Love your compositions!
I really like the person smoking that BarnArt sent. Not only is it mysteriously and wonderfully done, it reinforces the fact that Smokers Are Human Too. The word needs to get out there before we see a new kind of hate crime in the U.S. It might even have already happened, who knows? By the way, is that asemic smoke? Right on. Thank you Sarah, for the attractive and somewhat out-there Triscuit address side of the card too!