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At 12:54am on November 1, 2017, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Hi Keith--I was so delighted to receive the "Celebrating Orange" mail art. Such a wonderful assemblage--from the snazzy orange envelope, the carrot floating in a non-aquarium dream sequence, to the non-hippurus/dolphinfish stamps. Love the engraved look of the images. Awesome!!! They will be posted soon.

At 4:44pm on October 24, 2017, Ana Kawajiri said…
Dear Keith, I am enchanted by the beautiful mail art you've sent me.  The stamps are just marvellous and the printing quality is exquisite!  I loved the small stamp collage as well.  Thank you so much!  Here is a blogpost I made about it.
Cheers,
Ana
At 2:41am on October 23, 2017, Heleen de Vaan said…

Dear Keith, Thank you so much for your great mail!

I posted both on the RWA blog, and a few also here, and here.

At 7:50pm on October 19, 2017, Richard Canard said…

19.10.17 Dare Ms. Angie Cope & Mister Keith Chambers, ... absolutely amazing! ..."Informed Delivery" via the USPS. ...50, 20, or 10 years ago just pure fantasy thinking. ...but where does it all end with such technology ??? Will the Russians know what's in your mailbox & who sent it what, when & why ?  I am still yet irked at the rising price of a postcard. It cost me  38 cents for a 35 cents official  USPS postcard. ( I can even remember my grandmother referring to a "penny postcard") . Why can't technology do something about that??? ...or am I missing the point-boat again?  That is, maybe that 's what email is actually all about to begin with & I'm just still  fumbling around  & searching my files &  desk drawers  for antique correct postage. Thanx for Posting & Posting. SinCelery, Richard Canard

At 11:36am on March 6, 2017, stripygoose said…

Hi Keith - got the perfect banana from you. Thanks a bunch...

blogged here in this tiny photo collage :>)

I'm doing another 365 - #thechickenseries

24/365.3 fairly relaxed chicken

At 12:23am on February 22, 2017, Heleen de Vaan said…

Thank you again, Keith, for the wonderful Ostrich!

I posted it in the Banana group today and on the Animals blog.

Sorry for still not having replied by snail mail to your previous mail art. I hope you'll have some more patience..

At 8:48pm on January 28, 2017, Mail Art Martha said…

At 8:47pm on January 28, 2017, Mail Art Martha said…

Hi Keith I have not the time to explore your page now but I will be back it seems very interesting. 

At 11:52pm on January 27, 2017, Bonniediva said…

Thanks, Keith, for the fun in my box today! I love it. xxoo Bonniediva

At 11:51pm on January 27, 2017, Bonniediva said…

At 11:16pm on January 27, 2017, Toni Hanner -- tonipoet said…

Keith, wonderful postcard! I never expected to see an ostrich emerging from a banana, but all things are possible in Mail Art! The flip side is great, too!

At 4:50pm on January 27, 2017, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Keith--who else would translate the Latin! I knew it had to be something clever. That's a Red Jungle cock on the lunar stamp, I think. It's beautiful. So much food for thought in this creation of yours.  Something will come to you later in the year--I'm exploring some new (to me) techniques to share with my iuoma colleagues.

Many thanks again!

At 11:17pm on January 26, 2017, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Keith--your amazing postcard arrived very recently and has been added to my iuoma photo archive. I love the ostrich emerging from the banana. My comment: 'who is slippery as a banana skin and hides his head in the sand'. Love the artist stamp on the reverse--'the provisional bureaucrat' with an empty brain, plus the 'Resist' slogan. Yes we have to stiffen our spines and get our heads out of the sand! Thank you for a thought-provoking card.

At 8:09pm on December 1, 2016, Jay Block said…

Thank you for the stamps and other cool stuff...best

At 1:16am on November 24, 2016, Heleen de Vaan said…

You made my day, Keith!

Thank you for the wonderful envelope and content, so much appreciated!

I've just posted the artistamps in the artistamp blog here at IUOMA, and hope to post more in my animals blog there , probably the weekend, as soon as I'll have some more free time. 

And of course I have to create and send you mail art asap - sorry for my looong delay....

At 5:28pm on September 13, 2016, Ficus strangulensis said…

und sprachtung O'saying schmardt stoffe:In contrast to the approximately 100 nanometer large diamonds, in which individual nitrogen-vacancy centers are insulated from each other, the graphene layer is electrically conducting. Two gold electrodes detect the induced charge, making it electronically measureable.

At 5:17pm on September 13, 2016, Richard Canard said…

13.09.16 Dare Mister Keith S. Chambers, ...& my silly head pops up but only because of & to support  the insightful observations of Ficus strangulensis. I enjoyed reading your commentary regarding the term "luddite" at your website.  Ned Ludd  just happens to be one of my all time favorite saints. All best to you. Sincelery, Richard Canard

At 4:39pm on September 13, 2016, Ficus strangulensis said…

Och! Yes! YOB-f is Y'r ol' Bud...

Hey, KC of AC and Dustomology,

I started ages ago to reply and then fell victim to my lost-in-the-dictionary malady... i.e. saw you have a website, looked at the whole string of pix and their titles [and loved many], noted "Lumix" and googled that, then Canon Rebel XTi [which I use]

and now [pant wheeze gasp] it's centuries[?] later and I'm back to respond to y'r que es... thanx4D trip. YOB-f

At 8:31pm on September 12, 2016, Ficus strangulensis said…

Hi, Keith.

I didn't know who was using "amalgamated confusion" and asked @ IUOMA and a coupla people 'ratted you out'.

YOB-f

At 6:22am on August 5, 2016, Grace Sanford said…

. . . . and did I forget to mention my thanks for the set of "the dada centenary" stamps?! They are just great! Thank you! ~Grace

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