Sunday, August 16, 2015
A close up of DC's wise guy Jackalope. He reports that he becomes tired just watching Shelly show off her new stuff. That Jackalope seems to be just about everywhere these days.
I just had to show off the artist's Turtle Post artistamp. What a beauty DC! Love it! Thanks for the terrific card. and see ya in the mail old pal.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Servane is a solid mailartist and her and I have exchanged many, many things through the Post Office's firm command! Thanks, Servane, I can just imagine this adorable harlequin squiggling about the grounds at night! Lettres d'Alluers.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Here we see a much smaller piece that was enclosed within the large decorated envelope. This rough looking subject seems to examining his mail art soul, through the red outlined Postman bringing his magical bundle of mail art. Lovingly done by the French gentleman. Thank you very much Eric. See you in the cryptogram world we both seem to live in!
Friday, April 17, 2015
The legendary Mail Artist reports that the Mail Art Moma rubber stamp was stolen and so now "MoMa misses DaDa". Heh.!Here is another Fluxus Rubber stamp made by the Kid. Looks simple right? It's hard to get it just right and Chuck executes them almost effortlessly. It takes some folks years to "Get it" and some never will. The coolest stuff doesn't need them to carry on!
DaDa and MoMa.
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Wow! Nothing like a lovely Cosmonaut to collect your attention! This Warhol like "Ka-Mail Art" philatelic wonder is just stunningly great. Ka has astonished me many times with her capricious imagination and this one is right in there with the best of them.
Although Ka is much more clever than myself, we both seem to think alike on some odd parallel level of peculiarity. This envelope is a nice vibrant feast of mail art life!
Another cavalcade of fun from the talented artist. She sure seems to wield the Heebee Jeebeeland credo "More Fun, Less Worry" rather well.
A team of interesting Characters adorn the back side of the remarkable envelope. I like the happy-go-lucky feel of these amusing subjects.
This fellow is just a gas! Beautiful job Ka.
Ka Art or Ka's Mail Art.
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Thursday, January 29, 2015
It sure was fun meeting him at the XPF extravaganza in San Francisco last Feb. Eddie has a cool vibe packed nicely into his persona and I immediately sensed it. I couldn't seem to get enough time to chat at length with the splendid turnout of super Mail Artists and Philatelic geniuses. I hope to visit Mr. Nero in Oregon in the future.- if the Mail Art stars are aligned. Let's make our own destinies - we'll line then up and have a time of it! Some folks seem like old friends.
Hitman Post is Eddie's brianchild and comes in many forms. I like Muhammed Ali's quote "A Man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life".
Friday, January 16, 2015
XPF last year in San Francisco last Feb, by Jack Lattemann of Cascadia Artpost , my pal from up here in the Northwest. I have since then become a big fan of her work. Sally really rocks with just about anything she does. I love the SF artists I met down there, especially the bunch of lovely SF women that were putting the unforgettable affair together. I have always liked San Franciscan gals anyway! Once again, I salute you!
Monday, January 5, 2015
I love "First Day of Issue creations, especially when the ambiguity level leaves the viewer scratching his head in silent wonder - and in First class no Less!
And thank you for your kind words Phillip. Made my day! And yes, I do enjoy Faux Philatelics - to the point of diversion.
I'll be seeing you in the mailbox soon Phillip. "Alien Worlds" rules!
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Jas sets the bar of card making standards quite high with his "eye of the artists" notecards he creates himself
I'm certainly glad to include these little lovelies with my growing collection of Jas's stamps. This particular set is a commemorative of Jas's escapades regarding his life in Ecuador. And now, it is mine! Thanks Jas!
Jas W Felter Stories and Antics.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Scott has outfitted his action packed decorated envelope with some great features: This one boasting of his own ethereal domain, "Sky City".
Yes, okay, I just thought the back side appeared a bit plain, compared to the rest of the work. Can you tell which part I added onto the panel above? Hey, happiness is a choice: Make it!
The "Infinite Gizmatron" takes up a lot of space and time deep inside the mind and delicate machinations of what is known as "Sky City".
Thanks Scott, always super to hear from you old man. I like the Pippi Longstocking striped leotard tentacles! Nice touch. See you in the mail my friend.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
She then cuts the work into 6"x4" postcard size cards and sends them out individually, with bits of anecdotal news that is of a peculiar nature and history.
Yes folks, if Bhubezi Mythology is for you, then so is this well known artist. Check her out. Penn Art Works.