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“Postal Art Received from R. Giles in the U.K.!!!”

Howdy folks, as some of you may know, I was once a regular contributor/receiver in the “MAIL ART” game, in which folks draw, paint, collage, sculpt, or compile little pieces of art and then send them to each other through … Continue reading

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“A Parcel in the Post” by Richard F. Yates

A few days ago, I received a strange package in the post! It was supposedly sent from “Adult Fun-Time Silly Toys, Inc.” of Vancouver, Washington (USA.) I suspected, however, that the package was actually sent by good friend, Richard O’Brien! … Continue reading

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“Easter Snake” by Heide Monster

I received this FANTASTIC postal art package a few days ago from Heide in Houston, TX, USA. It came in a sewn fabric envelope with a cool octopod seal! Heide included a hand written note that explains the snake painting: … Continue reading

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“Now Long Scientists” by Richard F. Yates

In relocating the Primitive Bunker, we uncovered an unsent postal art piece from back in “The Day” (an imaginary time at best) when I would make little collages out of the cardboard envelopes that came with stickers that kids would … Continue reading

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“13 Collages from the Days of Old!” by Richard F. Yates

Back in the way gone days of 2005/2006, I was a compulsive postal art distributor, and my weapon of choice was usually collage. I liked the idea of taking an image that was meant to convey a certain message or … Continue reading

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New Postal Art Page

Any of you humans interested in postal art, correspondence art, zines, collages, add ‘n’ pass games, or mail art, check out the fancy new page I’ve cooked up: Flagrante Delictible! There isn’t a whole lot there yet, but I’m being … Continue reading

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