Pigs gone postal made me smile today.…Continue
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From Brooke Cooks in Seattle, Washington. Dry-brushed ink collage note card with cool rubber…Continue
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From Jon Foster in Winston-Salem, N.C. Incredible add & pass request package with loads of ephemera.…Continue
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From Michel Goodman in West Jordan, Utah. The entire page is from a U.S. National Parks atlas or photo book.
From Katerina Nikoltsou in Thessaloniki, Greece. Reversed business reply envelope with Jerry Garcia/Grateful Dead…Continue
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Last week, I sent off my first batch through IUOMA. The recipients are as follows...
De Villo Sloan
John Held, Jr.
Monte Con Sin Safos
Michael L. Goodwin
The Paint Rock River Valley Postal Authority
Please let me…Continue
Correct me if I'm wrong, but (as the postage has already been paid by the addressee/original sender) one could technically repurpose pre-metered envelopes without additional postage for personal correspondence, aye?
Back in the 1990s, a couple of friends sent me letters in these envelopes, and no one went to prison.
Thank you for any and all…Continue
FYI: At the risk of appearing to be a mean s.o.b. (I've been called worse, so, pfft), I am not here to piggyback umpteen little causes. I am not a college kid with ridiculous amounts of energy. I am an artist who, while trying to think as young as possible, realistically, is at the foothills of old age. I'm here to "drink beer (and) kill war" as Bukowski said so eloquently. Mainly, I am here to make great friends without pressure of any sort, to create mail art on postcards, envelopes, and…Continue
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