Friday, July 31, 2015
This entry from Argentina is made to look like a postage stamp, making me with there was one just like it. It's so playful. Also, included in the envelope were these small prints on paper, as well a couple done on fabric. What a nice submission.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
On this photo, Ronni notes that she found it on the Highline in NYC. The photographer is Douglas McRobb. His work can be seen on this website www.douglasmcrobb.art-trope.com
On the front, the wheels of the illustrated bicycle are actual buttons, mother of pearl, I think. They made it through the postal systems of both countries without a problem.
"Cycling in the fantasy" is what I think it says.
I'm fond of circles and dots, which add fun to all mail! A party!!
Thanks, B, for your entry.
What a nice capture of a historic moment.
Maybe Anja will let us know.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The first is an original print, and other two are printed on paper that is adhesive on the reverse.
I think they are collographs, but I'm not sure.
The images are very interesting and I like them very much.
Thanks to Dorian for sending his art work.
You can read more about this artist on this site: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorian_Ribas_Marinho
Thanks to Richard for sending in additional work for the exhibit.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Thanks for the entry La Marquesa.