Heebee Post #739 - Arac - Huntsville, Alabama - USA
Try-outs for the Squid Patrol! Arac's fabulous card is a great response to the "Squid Patrol" card I sent out to about a 15 or so mail artists out there. This is a stupendous card!
Check out the composition of the reverse side, above. Very entertaining, but what the heck is he doing? I like the ambiguity of the picture, much of my life is quite similar. What the heck am I doing anyway. Arac points out that her "Hippy Dippy" mail call is going on and she would like you to participate. See here: Hippy Dippy call. Thank you very much Ms. Arac and will see you in the mail - Note: already sent: "A Box of Rain". Peace!
May - 2013: Nothing like Spring going full blast to bring that rejuvenating feeling of your own individualism and how we stand and function as one in a world crammed full of individuals. We all require uniqueness; which does not wall off from community - We also require community ; which sustains but does not suffocate the individual. That premise makes mail art the perfect venue for practicing your individuality and, at the same time, being part of a large, international postal art community. Every person is unique - let's show off our "One of a kind" personalities of art through the mail - Surely it is a grand thing for all to see (hopefully). Remember: Senders receive! Test Tower / 1201 W. Main St. / Centralia, WA / 98531 USA
Unbend your thoughts when they are too much stretched by your cares
Visit an Island Paradise for Mail Artists - Located in the 4th Dimension
Adventurous 4-D Island Vacations for Mail Art's troubled minds
The heart has reasons that reason does not understand.
This is a sort of Voodoo Fueled Funhouse for Mail Art. Please feel free to send something twistedly suitable for Heebee Jeebee Island (located here, in the 4th Dimension).
Test Tower / Heebee Jeebeeland /
1201 W. Main Street /
Centralia WA /
Each mind has it's own method and we cannot oversee each other's secret. The path is for your steps alone.
Welcome to Heebee Jeebeeland
When I was a kid, there was an old cartoon I saw many times on TV. While a child was sleeping, the unusual wallpaper all over his room came to life and began to dance back and forth, up and down in a rather fanciful symmetry accompanied by a sort of goofy graveyard mischief music. All manner of mayhem went on until the sun shone again at dawn and the dancing pranksters rushed back to their original spots and the wallpaper became still again. It is in the vicinity of that realm that Heebee Jeebeeland exists. Please send Mail Art that needs to live here and be shown on this blog. ********************************************