On swap-bot I belong to a group that is focused on digital mail art, i.e. mail art that contains at least one part digitally created. This is great because I sometimes have issues with some people who receive my sendings: they often consider that digital art is not really art. They think that a digital collage is not as difficult as a real collage. For me they are different ways of doing art, and all of them should be respetced. Anyway, at least in this group I have no issue.
Inside the group a swap about postcards digitally created has taken place and of course I wanted to be part of it.
Before sharing the postcard I sent, I would like to add some words. I recently discovered the art of rubber stamping and I immediatly got hooked. I'm still in the learning phase, but I watch a lot of video on Youtube showing artists producing mail art (or scrapbook) with rubber stamps. I took inspiration in one of them to create my postcard. As I never do things like the others, I used rubber stamps that I stampped on a paper and that I scanned to include them in my design. Here is the result.
I'm quite satisfied of the background that I created from a picture I took and that I distorted a lot in photoshop.