Most recently, I have been working on more seasonal pieces. A bit of spooky ghoulishness, if you will.
Retro Cafe Art Gallery (www.retrocafeart.com) ran the Gothic Tombstone ATC swap again. This was my first time participating and I had great fun with it.
A bit overzealous, much of what I originally planned to include, ended up being swept aside for another time.
They turned out well, I think. Though if I’d had more time, I’d have experimented more and created two sets.
Here’s a closer look at each one:
Just yesterday, Kristin Hubick of Retro Cafe Art Gallery posted her photo of my pieces. It’s the best one by far, so I thought I’d share it with you here.
Quite flattering, I think. And I love her use of the stacked carpenter rules!
Mail art was not forgotten in my creepy antics. Quite the opposite, really. Using 6-pack carriers, I cut out twenty-six 4×6 pieces and went to town! This is the result…
Sadly, there were only four of the Nosferatu postcards. Bummer, ’cause they’re my favorite!
I had two different designs of the Saranac Pumpkin Ale carriers.
Finally, Magic Hat’s Wilhelm Scream carriers, with curved top edges, allowed for odd-shaped postcards.
Look for these to land soon, in a mail box near you!
Not sharing the backs, there’s gotta be some kind of surprise, right?
Happy Trash to you, until we meet again!