A bird-themed postcard sent to Ms. Marvel (my mom) on the occasion of her birthday.
“I hereby give myself permission to be illogical, contradictory, crazy, and strange – whatever it takes to find a meaningful way to be in the world.” The Good Life Lab by Wendy Jehanara Tremayne. I don’t envision kissing the day-job goodbye and moving the family to a desolate piece of New Mexico anytime soon though […]
Sent to Diane in Elgin, IL. Birds, math and moon on recycled cardboard mailer.
More art headed out to Boston-area mailboxes. I really enjoyed this one because, well, Star Trek. And whales. Plus I think this sheds some light on Spock’s humanity. Synchronicity attained when a coworker arrived this morning with tales of humpback whales in Monterey Bay over Thanksgiving. So there you go.
Sent this one to Philosopher Dave in Rock Hill, South Carolina, engaging another an old friend in DIY postcard exchange.
Fox and baboon heads with Viking on Chinese postcard, sent to Jacques in Boston.
While in Atlanta for work, I got to hang out with friends and make mail art postcards. This is one I sent back to my kids. Monkey and crayon on cardboard cut from food packaging (something from Trader Joe’s… not sure… didn’t pay attention).