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Bradford commented on Bradford's blog post ADAM ROUSSOPOULOS + JOHN M. BENNETT & ADAM ROUSSOPOULOS
"ARTISTAMP SHEETS Sweetheart I Had Such A Beautiful Dream About You Last Night which I am abbreviating as, “SIHSABDAYLN”. SIHSABDAYLN 1-6 (Sheet 1 is unnumbered), sheet of 20, 4 rows of 5 stamps These are especially vivid in color,…"
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William M commented on Bradford's blog post THE ARTISTAMP REVUE #7 by Adam Roussopoulos plus Extras!
"i'm even more excited about this now! so much fantastic work!"
Bradford commented on Valentine Mark Herman's photo

Hi-Ro-Grif-Ical Haribo

"I think the Codex VMH stands up against any others."
Mel Anie commented on Bradford's blog post THE ARTISTAMP REVUE #7 by Adam Roussopoulos plus Extras!
"I'm impressed. "
Adam Roussopoulos commented on Bradford's blog post THE ARTISTAMP REVUE #7 by Adam Roussopoulos plus Extras!
"First of all i would like to thank Bradford for his diligent and meticulous documentation, it is so impressive, it means a lot to me personally, i would be lying to myself if i didn't admit that is also likely why i find myself sending him my…"
Richard Canard commented on Bradford's blog post THE ARTISTAMP REVUE #7 by Adam Roussopoulos plus Extras!
"First rate publication & first rate presentation. Thanx for sharing."
Bradford commented on Bradford's blog post THE ARTISTAMP REVUE #7 by Adam Roussopoulos plus Extras!
"Almost 2 weeks ago, I received THE ARTISTAMP REVUE #7 which Adam Roussopoulos graciously shared with me although I sadly did not contribute anything.  It is the most outstanding issue thus far so I regret not providing any work for inclusion in…"
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Bradford commented on jon foster's blog post I Don't Like This!
"I like your discussion of process.  Also, sharing feedback can be enlightening, but not so much from the Face***k folks this go round. Your protocol (bingo/postcard) for cutting up the result might have helped you then finish the resulting…"
Bradford commented on MISS NOMA's group XEROX ART=COPY ART
"The Insectosauras is not the only cryptid here."
Bradford commented on Valentine Mark Herman's group Group for Cat-Lovers
"HA!  I thought there were two cats until I studied it for awhile to realize the two were resting their feet and legs on third cat."

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Mail-Artist since:
Hmmm, been doin' weird things with mail since the early 70s, but only with friends/family until 1994.
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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 12:10am on February 18, 2021, Heidi Leech said…

Hi Bradford! I will do my best to bore you about typography and margins! Nice items you have (in a nice rustic setting)! I have to figure out this IUOMA interface, but I'm excited to be here and part of the community. I learned about it from my friend Mim.

At 3:11pm on February 1, 2021, Ifé Niklaus said…

Hi there Bradford!

this one took off a few days ago  - but I'm afraid the postage 's too weak . . .  I checked this morning at the post office, but the letter was gone already. . . we'll see then. Have a nice day !

At 10:04pm on January 12, 2021, Ilya Semenenko-Basin said…

Dear Bradford, thank you for your feedback on my poems. I could tell you the addresses on the Internet where all available English translations of my poems are located.

At 9:37am on January 3, 2021, Amanda Becerra said…

Hi Bradford! Thank you for the welcome to IUOMA! I apologize for the late reply- still learning the site. Happy New Year!

At 8:24am on December 15, 2020, Amanda Becerra said…

Thank you very much!

At 6:32pm on December 8, 2020, Kathy Barnett said…

Bradford, did you get your assistants? Photos please!

At 8:01pm on November 24, 2020, Mail Art Martha said…
Thanks, will try that. I got a friend who is an IT geek whom I should have consulted. I tried to send this from Messages and it did not go when I hit send. Why is it only this site affected and no any other? Really weird.
At 1:01am on November 24, 2020, Mah Nu said…

Thanks for the comment on my Workspace photos, Bradford.

That coffee mug you commented on is my favorite and one that I was recently gifted from a friend who lived above the Propt Theater in Chicago. They recently left their original theater space and had a huge open house with lots of free stuff to take...I couldnt help but accept it as my friend placed it ontop of the armfull of theater stuff I went home with:) 

At 6:23am on October 22, 2020, Richard Canard said…

21.10.20 Dare Sir Bradford,...looking forward to the second coming of the Yves Klein postcard ("Leap into the Void")  -a monumental  event in contemporary art.......& the Doonesbury Cartoon Postage Stamps (via Michael Thompson) .....I had not ever heard of that one but  what an exciting,strange & exceptionable collectible that must be even among traditional  & conservative stamp collectors!!!!!   SinCelery, Richard Canard

At 11:48pm on October 21, 2020, michael thompson said…

I mailed my first piece in 1990, but perhaps some of the old envelopes that I've employed have earlier dates on them, but I can't contend that my work pre-dates 1990. My first was a stamp of Bug Bunny taken from a magazine with his ears extending beyond the borders of the cartoon perforations. My motivation came from an article about a Doonesbury cartoon that was drawn as postage stamps and folks cut those out, glued them to envelopes and sent them successfully through the mail. 




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