So when you get an envelope from The Sticker Dude, you know it is going to be full of awesome stuff, even before you open it. I am hoping my blog post does it some justice. I like the creativity, the collaborative spirit, and the quality of these items. Envelope front and back Ephemera…
This is my contribution to The Distance Mail Art Call of Complejo Cultural Santa Cruz, in Patagonia, Argentina.
My original drawing called “Not Alone” for the “No Estas Solo” Mail Art Call by Julieta Rockera in Argentina. (“Et ole yksin” is the same quote in Finnish).
Adamandia Kapsalis sent me this great Add and Pass, and there were great stamps on the envelope. You can see pretty well, what the original was vs, my edits, as we both just filled one of the jars. I have to say this was very inspiring. Thank you Adamandia!
I love the Add and Pass stamp on Amy Irwen‘s envelope. This Add And Pass originated by Jon Foster is really cool, too. (Taide means art in Finnish) I featured the awesome ATCs, which were also in the envelope in an earlier post.
Amazing mail art from Amy Irwen, again! I got these two really cool ATC’s and an Add and Pass, which I will post later with the envelope. The first ATC is called “Reef” and it was made with “paper bitz collage, text bits, fish stamp-postage, fiber, mach. sewn”. The second one is a “fiber mini quilt…
Josh Ronsen sent me some great mail art. I am going to send something back for his tiny art exchange, soon. He included two small zines. I scanned one of them, which he said he did not have a copy anywhere. I love the stamps on the envelope. Check out his music, too.
This is my original drawing called “Other Planets” for the “Possible Worlds Mail Art Call” at Biblioteca Comunale in the Town of Sant’Oreste in Italy. I have not done many detailed images this large. This is an A4, by the rules of the event.
This is my original drawing “Revolution” for the Mail Art call by Argentina Centenario de la Revolución Rusa (1917- 2017).
The Sticker Dude is always so generous. Here is the envelope, which had some recycled elements. The ephemera was a mix of his own work and those of Musicmaster. I had to keep many of these, as they were so awesome. I usually try to recycle a lot for more mail art, but then you…