...with selvages from US CIRCLE postage:
and fine wax seals...…Continue
A fine crafted envelope...EYE see :-)
full with many nice funny munny inside:…Continue
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x3 packets arrived from Brooklyn on August 28!
Full of fantastic stickers and ATCs,…Continue
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Thank you for the nice drawing :-)…Continue
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or CLOCKS? Clocks are CIRCLES!
Hmmm, and what might this be? Very cryptic!
and some funny munny:…Continue
Fantastic! Many colored, textured,punched circles for mail art, yay!
and a most lovely collage card with circles, of course:…Continue
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Strange weather and odd appearance of text!…Continue
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https://tiarraden.blogspot.com/2020/08/hervez-ho-choant-2020-viii-26-jeanfi.html et je ne sais pas répondre à la question...
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Whimsy from "Dave in the Southwest" -- everything about it is gaze-worthy! As…Continue
Hello everyone - Wow! it's been almost three years since my last blog post here,and two years since I've hosted a mail art show here in Columbus. I've missed my regular mail art exchanges and want to renew the practice. I'm planning on mailing some things out this late summer/early fall, hopefully September.
I'd be glad to get mail from you again (of course, mail for the first time is cool, too).
Since my temporary semi-retirement from mail art, I've been sharing art…Continue
Added by Jean-Philippe Gilliot on August 28, 2020 at 8:51pm — No Comments
On the small rain swept soggy Island the locals all huddled together under the upturned boat and off they squelched to the nearest seaside tavern. Squwlch squelch! The distant waves crashed upon the shingle beach and the sea slugs and sea squirts dived for cover for fear of being trodden on as nobody knew which was to go or indeed could see anything except the inky blackness of the neck in front. Social distancing was non-existent but luckily the Islanders were all immune from the…Continue
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