September 28, 2015
I haven't updated my website in a while and I really need to, so here's some mail art postcards I've sent out over the past year.
This one was inspired by Equivamp, who is the best zebra ever. The background is the inside of a junk mail envelope I've painted with watercolors. The zebra came from the wrapper off some Hammermill paper. I drew the wings myself.
Another mail artist sent me an envelope full of random papers. I used bits and pieces of the materials to create next three postcards. They were mostly made from magazine and book clippings.
Another mail art postcard made from materials sent by Jeff Crouch. The insert from a Pocahontas Sing-Along cassette made it into this one.
Other materials used included a Toy Story video wrapper. There doesn't seem to be any limit to what I'll end up using for mail art.
Here's a mail art postcard made from some newspaper clippings and a wrapper from a package of beet chips.
Latex rubber is always a good fantasy. -=) Here's some inflation instructions from one of my many inflatable pool toys and some text from a fetish catalog.
Make way for the new mice! A newspaper article on the movie Into The Woods and mice from a package of Haribo gummi mice make up this postcard.
A junk mail catalog and images from the Into The Woods article.
A lot of my junk mail gets repurposed into mail art. Here's a postcard made out of a modified ad for FIOS TV.