Envelopes I sent out in 1980. SOmetimes also to my own address, so those were saved. Others are not traceble since I didn’t document those. It show also some of the first rubberstamps I used in those days.
Experimenting with the 3D pen resulted in an interesting collection of objects. I also like to call it ‘writing letters’ because the objects are letters or even envelopes. To document the findings I also wrote two articles that are formally published. have a look at them to read:
These are .PDF files, so you can print or save them if you like.
This rubberstamp is part of the TAM Rubberstamp Archive. Also used sometimes on outgoing mail-art when needed. For more stamps see also: http://tamrubberstamparchive.blogspot.nl/
In the 80-ies I was experimenting with selfmade artistamps. Tried them on envelopes and let them run through the system. Seems the system worked quite well. In the beginning years of mail-art I even numbered outgoing mail-art. This was enveloppe number 1000. After a few years I quit with that numbering