I have had a sudden windfall - an embarrassment of riches from the Postmaster General of Cascadia - enough to warrant a whole blog though I will only post a few images, partly because I am sure most of the stamps and cards will have already been noted and partly because I would rather be away from this infernal machine and busy on more mail.
First, I will post the envelopes because I think most stamp designers (or other mail artists too I dare say) have an interest in seeing how their creations look after the excitement of their papery adventure within the postal system:
This last postcard, one of several, had more of an adventure than the ot...Amongst the contents of the envelopes were these neat Fluxus sheets. I am not a great one for archiving - almost everything finds its way back into the post eventually (except for my beloved artistamps) but I have a little suitcase - one of those metal jobs that blackmailers and other crooks use for their loot in countless TV films - which I have filled with various bits and bobs laughingly called my Fluxkit. That is where these sheets will end up and I am very glad of it be...Also arriving was a heft wad of Moticos and I am now cash rich for once. here are three of the designs:It is nice to have a memorial to some great conversationalists though I suspect I am expected to mistreat them in the manner of the famous Fluxus bucks (the moticos not the conversationalist!) in which case I had better get to work . . .
Many thanks Jack though I doubt my worthiness