Hi everyone! I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve been included in a documentary about mail art called “Making Mail”! (In the trailer, I’m the one who talks about mail art having “no rules”). Check it out!
A belated hello again! Fall has been crazier than usual and unfortunately my non-mail art activities such as my job and grad school have required more of my time and attention than normal. As a result, I’m doing a combined post for all of the mail that I made in the past two months. On the plus side, I managed to photograph a couple of collages/unfinished pieces (I oscillate between calling my non-mail art pieces “collages” and “unfinished mail art” because I think everything can potentially become mail art, but some of them I’ll probably never send) that I hope you’ll like. Enjoy!
Summer’s almost gone and I have no idea where the time went. I didn’t make much this month because I was focused on getting my thesis work done (btw I’m writing my masters thesis on mail art. Did I mention that already?). I have a bunch of pieces started and letters written, but I haven’t been able to finish much of anything these days. Still, I made a couple of things that I think are pretty nifty. Check it out:
I was recently interviewed by Twelve21 Gallery in Orlando, FL and I completely forgot to post about it! They asked a lot of really great questions about my work and mail art in general. You can see the whole thing here.
Happy summer everyone! I’ve been busy experimenting with some new things. This month I finally figured out a way to incorporate postcards into my work! I also started playing around with sealing wax, seeing what else it can do besides close an envelope. I think you’ll like the results! Check it out: