Got a very BIG postcard in the mail today from you and LOVED IT!!! Thank you for sending; my favorite thing in the world is opening the mailbox and finding these very cool things from all over the world in there! Will return the favor soon.
Dean, thanks for the book-postcard; I'm at a loss for words [if only I had a dictionary, hey . . .]. Made in the air and mailed from here in California none-the-less [postmarked; Oakland, CA]. This one was almost a lost-in-the-mail mail-art piece, the address label was literally placed on top of the card when I opened my mail box, and fell off as I pulled it forward out of the box. Whew, that was a close one.
So I looked in my mail box, and saw something that looked "Dean like." When I saw the stamps I thought to myself, "these are American, this couldn't be from Dean." And then it hit me, "Dean is in America!" So that's you know, Dean Marks the honorary mail-art American. Enjoy your trip.
Dean, from you overdue postage is no big deal. the title of the blog post had nothing to do with that. I was pleased at getting so much from you for the exhibit it felt like they were multiplying! Thanks again!
Thanks for the blog post! And for the friendship request! (I had no idea we hadn't clicked that button yet!!) Plz--don't ever feel pressure about mail art EVER. Art takes its own time. Beside which if you've been working on that thing all this time I'll be shaking at its epic-ness when it comes to Seattle. Cheers! The cherry blossoms are out here.
a very interesting guy from Canada has visited my website leaving a message. He writes German as well as English and makes the most bizarre wooden clocks I have ever seen. I can imagine that you would perhaps like to have a view. Recommended is his workshop:
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