In The TAM Rubberstamp Archive there are lots of rubberstamps. Some I use quite often, like the two I show here.
To make the right photo, I had to hold this card by Richard Carard (USA) in the sun to let it shine like it should…. Thank you Richard for sharing these thoughts again.
A fine card again from Richard Canard who send his cards on a regular basis. This time also mentioning Trashpo.I agree with Richard, we keep on doing Mail-Art without knowing why….. I made the photo’s of his card right outside the Postal Office (actually a copy shop wher PostNL has a place for input and output). The neighbors are an Art-Gallery, and that gives some nice effects to this mail-art.. Read More
Ryosuke Cohen has been doing his Brain Cells since 1985, and this year the 1000th issue is expected. I estimate that I have about 400-500 of his Brain Cells in the TAM Archive, including that very first one also. Today I decided to write him a letter and use the typewriter for that. Because Ryosuke always chooses an image for including on his Brain Cell I always make sure he.. Read More
Because I know De Vilo Sloan now for quite some time, I always like to surprise him with some new mailings that I also document. Normally I don’t publish the straight away on facebook of the IUOMA network, because he is there too and the surprise would be spoiled. This blog isn’t often visited by the network. It is more of an archive that is picked up by Google and.. Read More
Some samples of mail-Art that went out in September 2017:
Front and back view of an object that got ready yesterday. I used the 3D pen I got from the firm Karsten, and as you can see it works smoothly and well.
From the firm Karsten (see link below text) I received a new 3D pen to test. They included also a lot of Filament, so that will be an interesting test. Above you see the pen and the in-between result of the object I am working on. The pen works very well indeed. It is faster then the MyRiwell 3D pen I normally use. The nozzle is a bit smaller, so.. Read More