It’s been a busy month sending out mail art and seeing more come in. Some of the highlights include:
- E. Coles sent a poetic piece that asks: “No one can say because neither of you could. She is tough underneath.” I just want to know how she knew my spatula is orange?
- R.F. Côté says “Oui” and I love those Canadian stamps.
- Stanislav (aka Virgo) sent a collage piece (front and back shown) that is titled “Ukraine 14-15.” I also love the colorful envelope and didn’t notice the stamps at first feature the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.
- The piece from Torma Cauli featured scraps of Hungarian and a Year of the Goat postage stamp.
- Nico van Hoorn’s red x postcard arrived – it felt like good timing as it complements my own Transcontinental Arrow series.
- Send some mail art to May Mail Art in Gunnison, Colorado and see what you get back.
- Suus in Mokum knows I love grids and patterns, yes, more grids and patterns.
- And speaking of grids, Fleur Helsingor latest piece might very well be my favorite so far. It is an image of sidewalk grids with a few little squares of metallic paper (the scan doesn’t do it justice).
- Finally, is it mail art or an envelope full of poetry? Well certainly poetic pieces from Eduardo Cardoso in Portugal.