Thursday, 30 October 2014

Mail Art IN - United Kingdom, StripyGoose

Congratulations from contented tortoise and StripyGoose! 
Because I finished my (first...??!) #365 Mail Art. 
Cheers ladies and cheers Queen Elizabeth :)

StripyGoose did a 365-series of birds and birdies. 
So this colourful tortoise is a collectors item. 
But I am not going to flog it.

Thank you, StripyGoose


Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Mail Art IN - France, Artist in Seine

Orange without envelop arrived in Amsterdam. 
It's the 883rd piece of the Mail Artist in Seine, Paris, France. 
' Too daze in Orange', it reads.
Dated the second of September which might give an idea about how far behind I am with blogging.

The other side of the 'naked' orange shows a collage with 3D effect. 
Thank you, Dean.


Monday, 27 October 2014

Mail Art IN - USA, Marni Webber

Lots of dots on 12 x 12 cm. 
Fellow Mail Artist Marni Webber also makes mandala's! 
Vibrant effect with these bright colours. Wonder about her technique. 

Thank you Marni

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Mail Art IN - United Kingdom, Gina Ulgen


Big brown envelop arrived with fragile, see-through tiny envelop. 
Gina made collage with ienie-mini creatures visiting a ruin in Greece. 
Oooh, and the even tinier envelop with personal message!
Love these mini pieces of Mail Art.

Thank you, Gina.

Friday, 24 October 2014

MailArt IN - Australia, Anne Doyle


Masking - Printing - Painting - Stamping Technique by Anne Doyle, Australia.
Reminds me of a James Bond movie-intro. Do I see some prints, made by bubbly plastic?
Thank you, Anne.

Friday, 17 October 2014

MailArt IN - Greece, Momkat

Blue piece of MailArt by Momkat, Greece.
The sacrifices people make for MailArt.
Momkat has eaten a 'chocolate' Queen Beatrix-coin of rather dubious quality.