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At 4:24pm on December 6, 2019, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Thanks for the Boring Postcard, Jennifer."Boring? Or simply odd?" you ask.

"Both", I think. And you might have come up with a new category: 'Boring-and-Odd Postcards".

I can understand why a Postcard of the Amsterdam Church might be of interest to someone, somewhere (and, after all, it was produced by an association of friends of the church), but why they would want to show the Church covered in scaffolding is another matter -- unless they were in the scaffolding business!

Why don't you join the Group?

Thanks again, Val

At 8:32pm on November 8, 2019, Ilya Semenenko-Basin said…

Dear Jennifer,
thank you for the elegant postcard made of wood. I will give it to the Museum of Moscow in the next few days. It will be a large Fund of postal art in perpetuity under the guarantee of the state. Not bad for art critics of the future.

With gratitude, Ilya

At 3:40pm on November 8, 2019, Cascadia Artpost said…

A good source for perforated paper is Bill Porter in CO. Check out the offerings of Olathe Poste at wcp-nm.com, or write him at The Olathe Poste, PO Box 707, Olathe, CO 81425-0707.

At 7:59am on October 24, 2019, Tabatha said…

Thanks for the info someone wrote needs 45 cents and marked the stamp. So it must been the thickness. Thanks! 

At 8:36pm on October 18, 2019, Bonniediva said…

Hey Jennifer, Please send me Add/Passes or any mail art! I'd love to exchange with you. Bonniediva, 1726 Lind Ln, Gurnee, IL 60031

At 7:05am on October 15, 2019, Michael Leigh said…

Welcome to Mail Art UK.  All the best,  Michael.

At 10:46pm on October 1, 2019, Robin Jeree said…

I really like the art you've posted in photos! 

At 3:43pm on September 3, 2019, Bruno Cassaglia said…
At 3:42pm on September 3, 2019, Bruno Cassaglia said…

Ciao Jennifer!  grazie, un fraterno abbraccio , Bruno

At 2:57pm on September 3, 2019, Mary Anne said…

I remember my first posting but everything was different then (1997) and I really didn't have a clue what I was getting into.  Now I find, to my surprise it is essential!

Can I recommend you send something to Ryosuko Cohen for his Brain Cell Factor project? The address is 25208 Niihama Cho, Ashiya City Hyogo, 659 0031 Japan  (you might check that).

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