A very special package arrived a little while ago from Heleen de Vaan in the Netherlands. Both of us being members of the Fiber Artists Group and lovers of all things yarn-ish, I had sent her a knit/woven card quite some time ago. Well it was my turn to be treated and surprised with her astounding knit creation made just for me...
Here is the back of the knit purse...…Continue
In keeping with our recent mail art exchanges detailing the cultural and topographical nuances of our respective cities, Dean send me an oversized placard emblazoned with city of Paris district (les arrondisements) maps, with a foreboding warning concerning the car parking situation in the City of Lights:
"To Park, or not to Park;
To Drive, or not to Drive;
To Pay, or not to Pay;
Paris Life, unknown to Tourists"…Continue
So my home computer is still gasping its last few breaths, and I have ben WAY too busy at work to be able to get myself to the tech store to buy a new apparatus. So I am staying late at the office in order to catch-up on posting some of the fab mail art I have received in the last month or so... (Apologies for posting things so tardily.) This will be a sort of Blog Jam, therefore. (I am starting to feel like a binge-blogger!)
I have also decided to enlist the help of an…Continue
Wait... oh, make that, "I got a hand from Dustin Hamby!"
This piece--Midas's gold hand--arrived just like this (naked; no envelope). As if the piece wasn't amazing enough as it is, I'm impressed that its unique shape made it through the mail all in one piece. The back side is made of felt and the address label, return address label, and stamp are all glued…Continue