Saturday, January 31, 2015

Trifold





Carroll sent me this intriguing piece. She had written her letter on the back, writing about how fortunate for the mail art that it was cold, so wouldn't stick. And the blackened edges were reminiscent of the fiery scene of the stamp. 



I carefully opened it, to reveal this impressive beast. It doesn't fit on the scanner, so you'll have to make do with this photo. It is much more vibrant in person. And a very clever way to send art.


6 comments:

  1. Phillip, glad to see it arrived safely! Look at how January flew by, what?!?

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    1. Yes, arrived in perfect condition in its intriguing auto-packaging.

      And as for January - I know what you mean!

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  2. Great looking envelope! Please explain auto-package, sounds intriguing

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    1. Carroll folded up the art and sealed it, using it as its own envelope.

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  3. Wow, so beautiful. And what a great idea for an envelope/packaging.

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    1. It was certainly an intriguing 'envelope'.

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