woensdag 22 maart 2017

Tia Battiston

This unique photo, of a pet we almost all wish to have in our house, has been sent by Tia Battiston.

The Deer came in a wonderful envelope showing more mammals: Monkeys:

And a Bat:

Thank you very much, Tia!

Pepijn de Jonge (3)

From Pepijn de Jonge I already received pretty mail.
And this time he answered to my 'add-and-return' by this great drawing.

I think his illustrations always very pleasant and atmospheric, showing relaxed folks, and music, and animals. Among the animals chickens, cats and horses. And for this 'What or whom is she staring at?' he added Humans and a Dog.

See more artwork by Pepijn on his website and instagram.
And, after a long period of patience, you can see it in real as finally his book has been published, 'A Concert for the Moon'.

Thank you very much, hartelijk dank, Pepijn!

donderdag 23 februari 2017

Connie Jean (5)

This photo, Scurry no. 18, is a documentation of contributions (including my Squirrel) which Connie Jean received for her Squirrel Museum.

Also a Squirrel on the envelope, and more.

Thank you very much, Connie!

woensdag 22 februari 2017

Micu (6)

Happy Worms and searching Birds, watched by her, and added to my 'what or whom is she staring at?' card by Micu.

This year, Micu has a wonderful mail art project, themed endangered animals. Please check her website and join!

The stamp shows Penguins, the European Ground Squirrel, and real braille.

Thank you very much, Micu!

Anna Banana (2)

An Elk on stamp, a hairy but dada shaved Human Being, Anna herself, more Humans, and lots of bananas. Received from Anna Banana from Canada.

The postcard shows the cover of one of the VILE Magazines, issued in 1976.

NEver forget to brush your teeth, even after eating bananas.

Thank you very much, Anna!

Amalgamated Confusion (5)

Great front and back side, created by Keith S. Chambers.

This mail art arrived already some weeks ago, but today is a good day to post: today (21st of February) is one of the Banana Days.

(btw, I don't know the name of the postal artist who did add the line instead of a postmark.)

Thank you very much, Keith!