Another enveloppe to Ryosuke Cohen in Japan to keep the mail flows coming. He will sure use one of the symbols on a next Brain Cell issue. He issues them fast. ALmost every 10 days a new one comes out. Since number 1000 is coming closer I want to stimulate that from happening by keeping the flow going.
Incoming object from Richard Canard (USA). I wrote a blog on the IUOMA network about is. See for the details: http://iuoma-network.ning.com/profiles/blogs/mail-from-richard-c-from-16-10-2015-ray-j-s-birthday Bewaren
After asking a first question on http://iuoma-network.ning.com/profiles/blogs/just-a-question I decided to write another note which is now lying to dry and will be ready to send out tomorrow.
Another drawing in the VIP-serie (Visual Impuls Poetry). THis time a Dutch with a dutch text.
Pete Spence is doing o.k again. I made this VIP (Visual Impulse Poetry) for him and posted it on his Facebook page.
This drawing is lying to dry now. Tomorrow it will be ready to be scanned and it is finished. The drawing deals with “Who is MISS NOMA”. Mail from Liverpool, and obviously connections to the USA correspondence network. This drawing is part of the VIP (Visual Impuls Poetry), but I’ll make sure that Miss Noma gets a copy for sure. This text can be read clearly, and you will notice.. Read More
VIP (Visual Impuls Poetry) is what I call this. On coloured paper I have made a structure of acrylic layers. When I start to write I act on the impuls of the letters that form the sentence that is in my mind. It normally costs only a few minutes to write the letters down, and then the indian ink needs to dry. I sign and date. The letters get larger.. Read More
Finished some new sets of Visual Poetry that was made on coloured paper with acrylic paint and indian ink. I call it Impulse Poetry since the words come out as I write them down, but the letters are placed on the paper as if I am drawing. So a kind of randomness comes to it while creating it, but the original thought is captured in it as well.
envelope by Bordeline Graphics to Mars Tokyo in USA.
Some samples from the drawingscollection made beginning this year. Click on the image to get a larger view.