I had a couple "conversations" with Keith Bates that got me thinking about the validity of email art. And I'm thinking that making temporary mail art, that only exists via a scanned image then sent through the interweb, makes people's electronic mail boxes just as happy as their physical mail boxes getting mail art. Oh that's convoluted, but you get what I'm getting at. SO I've been playing with cut out bits that I move around and scan or take photos of. and guess what? I'm enjoying this. And when I send, and I've only sent out two to a friend, I add the little signature that Keith made for me. I think I'm liking this. Especially for times that I've run out of global postage, or for people who have pretty full physical archives. So here are some things I'm playing around with. Kind of fun, right? Nothing has been glued down and might never be glued down. What do you think? Oh, and I played around a bit with the color of the ones with the flowers.