I am always amazed by the very unique art each member of IUOMA creates. In today’s mail was a fat envelope from Sabrina. Inside she had sent a note, with a flying-birds print and a note. She had also enclosed a drawing of monster bird (I love all monsters). However, the pièce…Continue
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This is from the introduction to the 'My Passport' Mail Art call:
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Lovely golden leaves and some Fluxxus bucks arrived from Katerina in the local break in the rotating postal strike.
Thank you, Katerina, I will send something back at the earliest opportunity. Mail here is a bit unpredictable due to the strike. …Continue
Wonderful tiny art from Mindaugas in Lithuania match the beauty of the art stamps on the envelope, and some more in his series of silk screens on factory bills of lading. I just stared and stared at the tiny art. …Continue
Added by Linda Rogers on November 26, 2018 at 4:11pm — No Comments
Bejewelled feather, old writing and a smudged photo reminds me of the box of photos on my own shelf of "unknown people" awaiting identification still. Thank you, Bonnie, this is lovely and gave me a nudge to sort and scan some more of my treasure trove of photos dating back more than a hundred years.…Continue
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Could be called trashpo, meow...
with car stickers like license plates!
In Greece, we used to have stickers for the car tax yearly from 2000 to 2012,
and they had to be on the windshield for…Continue
Still amazed that these pieces make it through the postal system. Note that the postage is on a thin bit of paper sticking up out of the cut-out envelope! And one bit is on the envelope itself. Somebody in the post office had to really think about how to frank this!…Continue