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
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
Because the Stickerdude sent me two wonderful stamps I worked on a special enveloppe for him which will go out today. Off course I used the new rubber and also some old rubber to illustrate the letter. The new rubberstamps will be very usefull and work well with the other play. Here is a photo of the letter I wrote:
Jack Latteman (Cascadia Artpost, USA) sent me this wonderful rubberstamp that I am now testing on enveloppes that will go out this month. As you can see it looks lovely!
Jack Latteman (Cascadia Artpost from USA) sent me a wonderful present this year. It is a rubberstamp that is quite large and is both for TAM and IUOMA as the 2 sides I am working with. THanks so much Jack!
On the IUOMA network (see: http://iuoma-network.ning.com/group/journal) Moan Lisa (USA) asked for handwritten contributions for a digital Journal. My contribution started wityh a simple page, but I knew I would alter it and would add some colour and structures. So the next fases went like thi”s: and this: All made with indian ink, watercolours on 120 g/m2 paper.