Happy spring! I’ve been doing my best to enjoy the spring weather and come up with some new ideas to share with you. This month I dug deep into the archives and used a couple of photographs that I took in college (can you believe I wanted to be a photographer at one point?) in some of my pieces. I also discovered that they make excellent giant postcards! I’ll definitely be using that trick again. Check it out:
Hello everyone! I’ve been a bit delinquent in getting mail art out these days, but I have a good excuse! I turned in my masters thesis!! I’m not technically done yet, but I’ve already started to settle into a new schedule and I hope to be making more mail art very soon. Sadly, I haven’t had much time in these past two months since I’ve been finishing up my thesis, but I hope you’ll enjoy what I made. Check it out:
It’s been a while! I have been completely distracted by grad school these past few months and the pesky business of finishing my masters thesis in art history. I’m almost done!! Once I finally finish I hope that I will be able to return to my previous level of productivity. However, I’m pretty happy with the few things that I managed to send in the past couple of months. I’m particularly excited about incorporating some of the elements that I made with a laser-cutter. See if you can spot them!
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!