Best wishes for a happy and wonderful 2016!
Enveloppe made in 2014 for Carl T. Chew with on it the special made Postage stamps to celebrate the 30 years of the TAM Rubberstamp Archive.
Mail to De Villo Sloan in USA. This time with the ‘pataphysical connections too. On the envelope the first logo I made, and inside some treasures for him to find. Bewaren Bewaren
Which is the name of the next generation. Generation X, Generation Y, or is it the Millennium Generation? The new generation that grew up with Internet and only knows a world with smartphones and Internet. How will they shape the world?
For the 2016 works this new logo was made and will be used in the new months of the new year
When you want to know more about ‘Pataphysics, the first thing to do is research. Found a goog book after all the Internet documentations, and started to read. Yes, it is a useless guide if you want it to be. Just discovered a lot of links to what I do right from the start. Details of the book: Product Details Paperback: 296 pages Publisher: The MIT Press (January 30, 2015).. Read More
Newsletter for the TAM Rubberstamp Archive. Issued in 1996 to document the collection when a part of it was exhibited in the Stamp Art Gallery in San Francisco (USA). Over 300 copies were made in several colours. They are now in some major archives on mail-art. more details on the archive on: http://tamrubberstamparchive.blogspot.nl/
A letter to Richard C (Canard). Writing letters with a 3D Pen takes time and with such a 3D Pen you actually create an object that you can send. So that way, it is a performance or a score to write a letter with a 3D pen.
In the year 2014 these envelopes went out. The proces is a complicated one. First the envelopes are painted with coloured dots. Each colour needs to dry before the next one comes. The address and postage stamps are added Some special rubberstamps are added The letters are added to the side, and because they are two sided the backside is also marked with these words