caught up in the mailstrom

01/16/2013 § 1 Comment

I get some pretty great stuff in the mail. Here’s more of it.

Stewart Charlebois cattails

neato relief print of cattails on an old German hymnal book page from Stewart Charlebois of Langley, BC, Canada

Stewart C envelope front

Stewart C envelope back

Fleur flower collage

from Fleur Helsingor of Oakland, California

Fleur Chocolate Cosmos Flower

Fleur Helsingor’s Chocolate Cosmos Flower

Fleur envelope Cosmos Flower

Nick Johnson collage 1

Nick Johnson of Eugene, Oregon, sent three xerographic collages.

Nick Johnson collage 2

Nick Johnson

Nick Johnson collage

Nick Johnson

Hermes Mail pieces

Iris B of Hermes Mail sent a snake, an apple, and a shipping manifest.


David Pearson collages

David Pearson sent a xerographic collage. ┬áHe’s from Arlington, Massachusetts.

Ryosuke Brain Cell

Brain Cell 840 is from Ryosuke Cohen of Moriguchi City, Osaka, Japan

Mandala mail art call

Here’s a mail art call for mandalas from Rachel Freeman of Lawrence, Kansas.

IGN owl postcard

Private World of Phoenix, Arizona, sent a photo postcard of his owl painting.

Celestial Scribe envelope

The Celestial Scribe of Curitiba, Brazil, sent a few little things.

Celestial Scribe envelope 1

Celestial Scribe bits

The Celestial Scribe

Celestial Scribe bits 2

The Celestial Scribe

Celestial Scribe bits 1

The Celestial Scribe used a tea bag wrapper as a teeny envelope.

Celestial Scribe bits 3

Inside was a delicate, dried pepper.

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§ One Response to caught up in the mailstrom

  • Stew says:

    Great artwork, as always.
    Your documentation arrived in the mail today…even if my contact info was absent, it was nice to be remembered. THANKS!


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