Thursday, November 12, 2015

Unstuck - now out in Korea!

 My son, Noah Scalin, has had his book UNSTUCK published in Korea. They sent him several copies and we had a good time comparing the two (which are exactly alike except for language, to state the obvious.) What fun!
My 365 Mail Art project was used as a visual on the page talking about 365 projects and Mail Art. The mail art was from 2011, which feels like ancient history now. The website for the project is clearly shown and I'm hoping that some folks in Korea will get interesting in Mail Art and in doing it as a 365 project. We shall see!

Don't forget that you, too, can participate. You can make Mail Art on a regular basis or irregular basis, and even take it on as a daily practice.
It fun.
It's non-judgemental.
It costs only the price of a stamp, if you're like me and use recycled materials.  (and the cost of glue added in)

And more Mail Art

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 I had received some old books, in quite bad condition, so I decided the make the covers into Mail Art. The postage is incomplete in this view, FYI.
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This minimal piece worked for me. Just a floating scarf and a circle. I love it when just two pieces work.





OR, as in this altered card, just one thing added. Don't those lips look menacing?




Or this person, counting one sheep, perhaps. Just one added bit and the story changes, right?



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This black band piece was made specifically for a Mail Art call about justice. You can learn more HERE and perhaps enter a piece.


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Small prints of Tiny Town scene/ATCs? Maybe.