More naivistic stuff happening. I call this drawing “Letter from a friend” and am sending it to the Mail Art Call called Strength in Connection-Thy Neighbor by Coburn Art Gallery in Ashland, Ohio, US.
I have really started to enjoy the naivistic take on mail art. Here is a new drawing I made and plan on sending to Rebecca Guyver of The Postal Ledger. I love her blog a lot.
My naivistic drawing “Panda” for The Japan Mail Art Call by Club Otaku in Portugal. They also have a call called Sushi at the moment, which I posted about here. You can have the information also in Portugese on the website.
I am sending the Add and Pass to Toni in the US.
Here is finally my reply to Josh Ronsen‘s awesome mail. Took me a bit to get my zines together for his tiny art exchange. Might have gotten a bit obsessive with filling them both. My first Zine is called “Full of creepy stuff”, and I scanned it completely. I made it using clips from two…
I have a friend, Amy, who really loves squirrels, but this time my original painting is going to Connie Jean of Squirrel Museum Cocoa Beach.
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).
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.
“My World” for “The world we see” mail art call by Museo de la Imaginación Infantil in Chile.