"Thanks for the kind comments, More will be coming from Cascadia Artpost in the next two months as another issue of Cascadia Coffee Clutch and commemoration of the Cascadia Diorama's Post Office are in the mails.
Do you have tickets, receipts…"
"Thank you for all of the wonderfully bazaar, intricate, humorous, silly, thoughtful, entertaining, and most of all-- SURPRISE SNAIL MAIL! Cascadia Artpost is seriously the best and I always look forward to finding your…"
"Happy you got it! And while yes it certainly is about giving and letting go... I think everyone appreciates a little reciprocation now and then. I apologize if I offended anyone... this is still pretty new to me and I guess I just thought people…"
"Thanks, this DID arrive in the Mail. Ooops, sideways. In all my years here, I've never mastered photo uploads, plus, since getting a ChromeBook, it's been even worse. oh well. THANKS for the mail, something going out to you today.
Some Mail-Artists have been doing Mail-Art for a longer time and have saved all they get in, documented what they sent out, collected books, magazines and documentations, and before they knew it were the owner of a Mail Art Archive. Tell us more...
"i love this! reminds me of "alice in wonderland". I can imagine the white rabbit having this in his pocket as he's running late for a very important date, and accidentally spilling the mad hatters tea on it!"
This is group for all general Mail-Art Projects. Includes a link to a blog where 99 authors publish their projects. Want to see all projects: follow the link for Website.Please only comments about mail-art projects or announcements. Other comments will be removed.See More
I am a complete snail mail enthusiast. I'm always creating and decorating my envelopes (and probably annoying my mailman). There's no feeling quite like filling out a tangible card, personally addressing and customizing the envelope, stamping it, and then walking to the closest mail box and dropping it inside!
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
feel free to send snail mail to:
2100 walnut street
philadelphia, pa 19103
Thanks for the kind comments, More will be coming from Cascadia Artpost in the next two months as another issue of Cascadia Coffee Clutch and commemoration of the Cascadia Diorama's Post Office are in the mails.
Do you have tickets, receipts or other ephemera that you would like to see as artistamps? Send them to Cascadia Artpost to participate in "Ticket! Ticket!", an international collaborative project in which contributors receive one or more artistamp sheets in which their items appear. The current (third) series will be ongoing through 2020 to accommodate the large number of items received and scanned during 2019. See Rebecca Guyver's The Postal Ledger blog for a report from a UK correspondent.
Thanks, this DID arrive in the Mail. Ooops, sideways. In all my years here, I've never mastered photo uploads, plus, since getting a ChromeBook, it's been even worse. oh well. THANKS for the mail, something going out to you today.
Also, from all my years doing this, we just sent things out and never knew if they arrived or not, unless we got mail back from the person. It was the act of sending that was the thing. Sometimes, I didn't even put a return address. Mail Art is the art of letting go, I think. ha haha Mim
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