January 29, 2005

January 28, 2005

Roy Arenella

This beautiful and sad photo of a dead owl reminds me of the dead animals I see when I drive. I don't really want to look at them but I can't help it.

Roy Arenella - Photomail
Box 750187
Forrest Hills, NY 11375

January 26, 2005

January 24, 2005

Jukka-Pekka Kervinen + Mick Boyle

cross platform, transatlantic, international, irrational, site specific, multi-media, postmodernism

Mick Boyle + Kiyotei Digital Collaborations

More digital collabs. This is fun.

January 22, 2005

January 21, 2005

Geof Huth "J"

Geof continues with his impressive typographic mail art pieces. This is the letter J. Beautiful!



I Im'ed Rain Rien and this is a collaboration that resulted. To be honest, most of it is his. Thank you RR for this lavish visual response.

Rain Rien Nevermind
2101 Baneberry Way East
Chanhassen, MN 55317 you sofa

January 18, 2005

Schoko Casana Rosso

Another beautiful New Year Card. Thanks.

Schoko Casana Rosso
Christian Mildbrandt
Harzer Str. 89
12059 Berlin

Ginny Lloyd

Ginny Lloyd
517 Ocean Front Walk
Venice Beach, CA 90291

January 14, 2005

R. F. Cote

This has an editioned print that wraps around the bottom of the envelope.
On the back is the I lamp san d poem.

R. F. Cote
12465 De Troyes
Quebec, QC
G2A 3C9

January 10, 2005

Jukka Kervinen

I was hoping to get something from this mailartist. I can't read much of the text on this collaged postcard. It has an interesting stamp. Thanks Jukka.

Jukka-Pekka Kervinen
Tatartie 3 A 4
02620 Espoo

January 04, 2005

Guido Vermeulen "Volcano Flower"

A refugee from Congo left this photo with Guido He sent it (with joy) to me. Now here it is, (still joyful) for you. This flower grew on the nyiragongo volcano.


January 03, 2005

January 01, 2005

eXmaSscard from Geof Huth & family

This small book has a tranquil minimalist beauty. The cover is a diamond patterned translucent vellum. The inner pages are a deep eggplant purple. The pages are bound with a Japanese stab binding using a khaki colored thread knotted on the inside. All of the words are hand written inside with a light colored pencil, the contrasting light color and the unique luster of the pencil combine to give the words a luminous floating glimmer.
One of the interesting things about the words inscribed on the inner pages is that they can be read in two ways, across the tops of two pages or one page at a time and still the meaning remains the same.
I feel very lucky to have received this special book. My thanks to Geof and his family.


Happy New Year

Here's my New Year Card for 2005. I wish all of you the best in the coming year.