ANOTHER CRAPPY MINI-ZINE:
[UPDATE DECEMBER 2019: I bought myself a newer used scanner/copier/printer for my birthday. Now that I have one that works properly, I'm excited to send back issues 1-9 and current issue #10 around to people. Let me know if you'd like copies! Since I'm currently a non-reliable mail artist who just went through 2-3 years of flitting in and out of mail art existence with barely any explanation whatsoever, I'm happy to send them out as "Guilt Free Mail - No Reply Expected".]
In August 2014 I made #6 of a mini-zine called "Another Crappy Mini-Zine". These are printed on reused paper in black and white using my home laser printer, then individually hand colored. The 8 page folded mini-zines usually have an easter egg which can be found by unfolding them and looking at the "unprinted" side. I've done issues on: How cold it is in my office, how to leave an efficient voice mail, weird tidbits on raising chickens, a fan - zine of Scott drawing birds and a couple others.
On January 28, 2022 Robin J from Arlington, TX sent in pages 71 through 76 of our Wreck This Journal project! She also added prints and a cool envelope! Check them out:
This is the collage she made…Continue
Cascadia ArtPost sent me the most amazing packet of information about Cascadia in January of 2022! Due to difficulties I occasionally experience synchronizing and remaining within specific parameters of the space / time continuum, I'm blogging about it 10 months later in your time line. For this I deeply apologize as I fully recognize…
Please accept my apologies for the recent slow down in my documentation of our WTJ (by US Postal Mail!) collaborative art project. I've got a lot of very awesome art from a number of super cool, fun artists to share with everyone! Today I'm sharing the groovy art of SaraMarie Bottaro!
Pages 19 - 23 were mailed back to Minneapolis on January 19th, 2022 wrapped like the gift they are!…Continue
David and Star McCoy sent back gloriously "wrecked" journal pages from St. Cloud, MN! They're bright, playful, fun and I love them! David took these first several pages and had at them, scroll down and you'll find Star's artistic work follows. At the bottom of this blog I'll give you a look at the coolio envelope their art arrived in!