Jon Foster started these awesome booklets and sent them to travel the world. My page is the one on bottom left. As far as participants so far go, I spotted Mars Tokyo and Jude Worters.
I was prepared to send some mail art to Eléna Amette for a while, but got ill, and had some other obstacles. But here we finally have the bird drawing I made. Her card looks super cute, as you see below. Their family blog is here.
I am terribly sorry this took me so long. I received these starters in August. I did the Vibrations one right away, but then health and life intervened, so just finished Optical today. Thank you De Villo Sloan for a great collaboration. I have an idea for a project in asemic writing, but will need…
Big thanks to Ruud Janssen for my own IUOMA sticker and happy 30th anniversary!
Bangs Coloring Page Add and Pass from A. Sleep – Before and After Man and Dog Add and Pass from A. Sleep – Before and After Man Ray Theme Self Portrait Add and Pass from A. Sleep – Before and After Big Thanks to A!
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…
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.