Again an envelope to Ryosuke Cohen in Japan to insure that in return I will get a Brain Cell for the TAM Archive. Last version I received was #1009, so the collection grows and grows Also two envelopes to Heleen de Vaan with a minimalistic address notation. Will see if they get there. The zipcode should reveil the city (Amstelveen), and the sipcode also reveils that the street is a.. Read More
Two outgoing envelopes today. One above a reply to the cards from Houlton Vinyl (Kosmo Vinyl) in USA. He asked for some Ray Johnson add-and-pass-o sheets which I am sending him. Always was a fan of the Clash, so this is an interesting new contact. Also love the cards he did…… The second envelope below goes to Heleen de Vaan who is constantly active with her new drawings and sometimees.. Read More
In the summer I was abroad for a few weeks, and when I returned I found some very nice pieces of mail-art at the P.O. Box. Two of them came from Heleen de Vaan (Netherlands). One of them contained an original new COW rubberstamp that Heleen has designed and made rubberstamps out. One for herself, and (lucky me) one for the TAM Rubberstamp Archive. I already printed the stamp a.. Read More
With all the work online, one never should forget to send out some letters now and then. Otherwise the mailbox just dries out…….
Some more Fluxus Words envelopes went out this week. More details about this project you can find on: http://fluxuswords.blogspot.nl/ The envelopes went out to Heleen de Vaan (Netherlands) and Mars Tokyo (USA) and visualize some new words that got alive today.
Mail-Art that is on its way to Amstelveen to Heleen de Vaan, Netherlands. Also a thank you for the lovely rubberstamp “You’ve got Mail” which she sent me as a Christmas present. Somehow there is an error in the address label. Mjust have printed the extra R sometimes, and now it reads not Heleen, but Herleen. maybe next time it is Hermelijn, en it will change into an imagenairy animal.. Read More