Lush "pink" mail art arrived from the Artist in Seine in time for the New Year! Yay!

Some very important images here...but I cannot give out their identity, sorry.

Anyone wish to take a guess as to who they might be?

Now the flip side reveals that the cut-out shapes are actually what remained after

"Hello Kitty" left-the-building :-) qualifies as Cat Mail Art! oh, yes!

And me thinks I have something similar to send to In Seine in reply:

(not "negative" shape of Hello Kitty :-)

But the "positive" Edmund is liking the "Pink" creation very much,

This card's address side is also a Banana mailing:

..and it is No. 929...(made Dec. 11 and arrived in Greece on Dec. 30!)

(oh, and I so am awaiting Dean's No. 1000!)

Many thanks , In Seine, see you in-the-mail in the New Year! xxx

p.s. always enjoying ze French postage stamps, too :

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Comment by Dean aka Artist in Seine on January 12, 2015 at 12:15am

Happy it arrived.  Oh yes, send me that Hippo.  I remember what happen the last time someone sent me a thing like that.

As long as the nice stamps last.  French postage went up 22% so I purchased some ugly "Forever" stamps before the price increase.

Comment by Neil Gordon on December 31, 2014 at 8:40pm

Looks like "can-can" dances, french generals and a famous guy w/ a riding crop????



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