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Bradford commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's blog post From: Cascadia Artpost (0015-0120)
"Reminds me of the classic bumper sticker, "NUKE THE WHALES"."
23 hours ago
Bradford commented on Sabela Baña's blog post I received mail art of Mindaugas Zuromskas from Vilnius Lithuania
"Wow! . . . but then he always sends a bountiful assortment."
Bradford posted a status
"From 2018, but I missed it until it was reprinted this morning . . .…"
Bradford commented on Toni Hanner -- tonipoet's blog post YEA! Mail Art from William Mellott
"I love the first work in blue; looks concomitantly mid-century, earthy, primitive, and Sci-Fi ."
Bradford commented on Heide Monster's status
Jan 19
Bradford commented on Bradford's photo

Society for the Suppression of Speculative Stamps

"Nope.  They were concerned about countries or faux countries putting out substantially more issues and quantities of same greatly in excess of the postal need hence, "speculative", as they put it in 1893. This is an ongoing topic in…"
Jan 18
Bradford posted a photo

Society for the Suppression of Speculative Stamps

A FACE**** group devoted to identifying/crucifying bogus stamp makers, marketers and the like.
Jan 18
Bradford commented on RJ - Moderator's group Mail-Art and Money
"Hear Ye, Hear Ye!  Several of us have been cited on the FACE**** group entitled, "Society for the Suppression of Speculative Stamps". I'm not a devotee of said site, but found it via a Google search for something else as…"
Jan 18

Profile Information

Mail-Artist since:
Hmmm, been doin' weird things with mail since the early 70s, but only with friends/family until 1994.
My Website (without http://):
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
The usual reasons: it's truly democratic (if you ignore the poor folks who don't have mail service) and it is NECESSARY for my soul to create/share art in such a fashion. I can't quite put a finger on why I went from collecting stamps to making my own stamps when in my early teens thinking I was the only weirdo on the planet to do such a thing.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
PO Box 676
Deadwood, SD 57732-0676

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At 8:37pm on December 19, 2019, Judy Skolnick said…


At 9:33pm on December 13, 2019, res nullius aka. "res" said…

Thanks, Bradford.

At 2:29pm on December 13, 2019, Petrolpetal said…

Hello there!

I'm Petrolpetal and I'm back doing mail art after a break. I'm looking to meet new people, and I'll be sending you some mail!

Best wishes


At 11:33pm on November 27, 2019, Jeremy Ng said…

Thanks for the Halloween card, Bradford! Please note that I have changed my address. My new address is on my page. Will send something back to you. I have an idea to work one!

At 8:51pm on November 16, 2019, Maggie Mize said…

Bradford, I received your Halloween postie today and I love it!  And I love Albert Einstein too. He’s a handsome and scary critter! And obviously a very smart kitty! Cats are my favorites. I hope to see more of Albert! Thank you so much! You can expect something from me soon.

Maggie Mize ~ heymaggie

At 1:33am on October 9, 2019, Mary Anne said…

Hi there.  I seem to have had a lot of mail go missing recently so I am chasing about and wondering if this arrived?

At 6:43pm on October 6, 2019, Richard Canard said…

06.10.19 Dare Mister Bradford,...was pleased to see your commentary regarding  "Wild Bill" Hickok as I had often wondered but  never asked....& what did you think  of the HBO series "Deadwood"???  You must surely have some sort of  realistic insight.  I'm fairly easily entertained but I thought it was one of the best  so called " "westerns" ever.  & was surprized to learn how much I enjoyed the  foul-mouthed character "Calamity Jane" with what seemed to be "a heart of gold".  Happy Trails, Richard Canard

At 12:22am on September 17, 2019, Mary Anne said…

What's this Bradford; another believer in the etiquette of airmail?  Can there really be two of us?  I have always thought that there was a lot of mileage to be found amongst the other ephemera found on mail besides stamps.  Glad to have found a fellow traveller . . .

At 2:37am on September 15, 2019, Robin Jeree said…

Bradford, what a jackpot surprise from FLuxus Dakota!! It just made my week to find all of those goodies inside, and your envelope, everything--so cool. Thank you! 

So, transplanted Texan, how do you like it up there in Deadwood? did you grow up in DFW? 

mailing you soon

At 8:22pm on September 14, 2019, Ilya Semenenko-Basin said…

I am very grateful to you for your artiststamps.

So awesome!

Strictly speaking, I am not a collector, but I use materials sent to me, in collages. I carefully paste your stamps on my collages, they will become part of the new art. Dear Bradford, how do you like this idea?




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