Everyone knows that I delight in receiving mail art. The only thing better? International mail art, of course!
This post mixes a bit of both, giving me the best of both worlds.
Ruud Janssen sent a print of a recent work along with some other mail art goodies in a sweet rubber-stamped envie.
Lucky Pierre sent me a few of her photo postcards for my own use. A very kind gesture! Thank you!
Ed Giecek sent an envelope so jam packed that it needed its own photo gallery! Love his hand-cut stamps!
Carina Granlund sent one of her digital collage pieces along with a few other goodies. It must be said that I love Finland’s postage stamps!
From Moan Lisa comes the Feed The Fish tri-fold brochure for the gallery showing with Renata Solimini at Five Monkeys. (I wrote about that mail art call here: https://trashbubblesandlifeslittlebits.wordpress.com/2016/02/29/monday-morning-mail-art-call-feed-the-fish/ ) For some reason, my scanner insisted on dividing it up, rather than scan the two sides.
Jill Eudaly recently read The Professor and the Madman and was inspired to create a new mail art series she calls Scriptorium Nonboredium. I was one of the first lucky recipients.
And last, but not least is the Janus Mail Art Catalogue 10. I submitted a collaboration between myself and Matt Taggart for Your Sonic Views. I love the catalogues E.J. creates for these calls. They contain full-color images of all submissions along with credits. This is my third or fourth time participating.
That’s all for now.
Happy Trash to you, until we meet again!