The postie has just brought me the first half of the documentation I am doing for my on-going 'Stamps for Yoko' project (yes it has a fancy name now) and it is slowly turning into a thing of small and modest beauty; you could say, rather like the lady herself!
I can hardly wait to finish it off and send it all out but patience is a virtue (I am repeatedly told) and there is still space for a couple more designs to be included. Any takers?
I really ought to have put some thought into this posting but it is a spur of the moment thing and maybe it will be the better for it.
Hard to miss the Global (whatever that means) strike being called for today to draw attention to the vast problems facing the world's equilibrium.
I imagine that most people involved in the Eternal Network are to some extent sympathetic to the causes and have an awareness of the difficulties involved in 'climate change'. yet I can't help…Continue
I have a great liking for artistamps and keep any that come my way in a set of four albums. Luckily the standard size spring-back album, although a little old fashioned, is just the right size to accommodate full sheets, as well as pages of individual stamps, cards and envelopes, so the whole thing gets to look better and better with each passing month.
Amongst the pages is this one full, not of artistamps per say, but of imitation air mail labels. I wish I could find more as they…Continue
I have had a sudden windfall - an embarrassment of riches from the Postmaster General of Cascadia - enough to warrant a whole blog though I will only post a few images, partly because I am sure most of the stamps and cards will have already been noted and partly because I would rather be away from this infernal machine and busy on more mail.
First, I will post the envelopes because I think most stamp designers (or other mail artists too I dare say) have an interest in seeing how…Continue