Tuesday, July 27, 2010

heloisa m. sonaglio (brazil)

This yummy looking food-photo collage came with a recipe (in Portuguese) for Farofa Tradicional. Thanks, Heloisa!

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

maria abigael m. malonzo (philippines)

Maria contributed this collage showing how to make the Japanese dish Tempura for my food-themed mailart call. Thank you, Maria!

Monday, July 19, 2010

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

art postal (france)

Documentation from Les Petits Papiers mailart exhibit. My contribution was an etegami of a cross-section of a head of cabbage (left page, bottom right) with the words "Lost in a Cabbage Maze."

torma cauli (hungary)

A colorful collage with an Asian theme. Thank you, Torma!

Monday, July 12, 2010

guido vermeulen (belgium)

Some unusual food-themed art and a poem from Guido. The large envelope contained further items of interest, including an announcement of his Jazz Project (go to: Frior and click on the tag "Jazz project") plus a photograph of Guido and Ryosuke Cohen at a restaurant in Brussels.

atte ourie (finland)

Three more intriguing cards from Atte Ourie (who has yet to reveal his postal address to me), with series of numbers on the back. The drawings must be related to the numbers, but I haven't figured it out.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

megan henson (usa)

Two beautiful collages from Megan at once! Is it my imagination, or does the top one reflect her excitement about plans to spend part of the summer visiting the sea coast with family? Have a good time, Megan. : )

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

dr. brignone (italy)

I do believe this is the first time I've received a print (lino?) from Dr.Brignone. Is he breaking away from collages? Whatever method he uses, his mailart always charms. The card seems to have been cut from a box that contained dried pasta. Comes with a recipe and everything!!

frips (belgium)

Summer greetings from Belgium. I'm assuming it's from Frips because of the way the postage stamps are folded over the edges of the card. lol. You have a nice summer too, Frips!!

mujiao (taiwan)

Mujiao, a university student, made this card on her computer. I really like the colors.