"Yes, I like the texture and the very thin weight. Ironically, it is from Japan [as is the ink drawing that is printed on it]. I've printed some artistamps on this paper. There's brilliant white version of it, but I prefer the natural,…"
"Darest Richard, thanks for the commentary; on a facebook post [relating to a different of mine] I expounded on a comment left by De Villo Sloan, "... Having been doing "Digital Art" since the mid to late 1980s puts me in a weird…"
"True, true... trust in the eternal network. Random mail-outs are good, anonymous random mail-outs even better [more fun?]... but it is important to continue feeding into your personal network within the eternal network. Even more important is to…"
"Actually, no former postcards were altered or harmed in the making of this postcard. Images altered, yes. Digital painting "add-in", yes. Humanity given notice, maybe. Twisted, boyish humor, absolutely."
"Hey Carl, perhaps you can explain the [mailart] binary system to me; I would assume it would entail one sender, one receiver and would have a rotating zero, one trajectory to alter vector paths alternating sender and receiver roles throughout the…"
"Hear, hear Jennifer. Yes, this was obviously written by someone who does not make art... I'll also note that the term "timeline" is a bit ambiguous. What is one to take from that? Is that the deadline for submissions, or just…"
At last, my mail art for you, using some of the "Scrap Starter Kit" you sent me from cleaning out your studio, is ready for the post office tomorrow. I am delighted with your poems, your fabulously printed on envelopes and the scraps you sent me. And before I got this one out to you another one from you came with such wonderful fish headed portraits. I'm so curious about how you create all of these with such a sense of humor. Your mail art is amazing me and making me smile.
Yikes! I was catching up on sending mail art and came across your delightful postcard and the envelope I started to mail you way back in October. So with embarrassment I am getting it all together to take to the post office and finally send to you, sling with sending you a friend request via IUOMA. See you in the mail at last!
Keith! I have been out of town. Hey, I thought it was funny, so let's call it a "Happy accident", okay? I am used to my father's Teutonic surname getting messed...I grew up in Asia, where everybody just assumed I could not write my own name properly, and that what I really wanted to write was Natalie CHING. :)
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