Sent to Susanne Schumacher

An envelope created on computer using a portrait designed by James Blurke.

Science Fiction : sent to Kerosene

I created this envelope with a double objective. First I wanted to answer the last sending from Kerosene and I took insporation in one of my favorite sci-fi movie (can you guess which one ?). Then I realize it could fit to the prompt of the mini mission inspiration from Mike Deakin "open".

Sent to Philippe Charron

Envelope made on computer for a prompt "repeat after me - abstract".

Received from Kerosene

A very nice sending from Kerosene. It s not obvious on the scan but the envelope is wrapped in a plastic bag and the litle guy is not glued so it looks lile he is floating in the space.

Yellow ATC

Several months ago I participated to an ATC swap on MMSA. The theme was yellow. I realized I never shared the beautiful ATC I got from Honi Chassin and Trudy Headley. 

There were sent together with a beautiful card from Honi 

July mission inspiration

I haven’t been very active in the mail art domain these last weeks, and on this blog. Sometimes life takes over… But I managed to find time to work on the July Mission Inspiration from Miek Deakin. Here are the prompts.

And here is the page I created.

Science Fiction : received from Nadine Lenain

A nice sending from Nadine. Note also her new Mail Art call.

Paperbag received from Anna-Karina Fries

A nice paper bag sending from Anna-Karina and some goodies.

Postcard from Honi Chassin

A collage on a postcard sent by Honi.

Received from Christiane Hurel

Two nice envelopes made from magazine pages and received from Christiane.

Received from Inta

A very nice sending received from Inta.

Playing with colors

I recently got a outrageously pink paper bag. I thought it was a good idea to use it for envelopes and play with colors. I used die cut from an advertisement for spray pain I got in a street art magazine.

Received from Gul Isiklar

A very nice piece received from Turkey

Sent to Christaine Hurel

Since a long time I wanted to play with pieces of comics books. Here is an envelope I sent to Christiane.

Mini Mission : Nature

May prompt for the Mini Mission from Mike Deakin was Nature. Here is the envelope I created.