explorations in color and design

explorations in color and design

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Three Muses: Mail Art


Image credits: Just Something I Made, graphicsfairy, last door down the hall, McCall's ephemera.

19 comments:

Folk Heart said...

FANTASTIC!! So much digital goodness here...I may never quit looking! Bravo!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Awesome!! Love it!!

Judy said...

One could call this 'Fan Mail Art' Sherry, fabulous envelope!

Junibears said...

Do you think he'll reply? Just gorgeous Sherry! xx

johanna said...

oh, tell him greetings;) fantastic piece, sherry, love the color scheme!

Ellen said...

love how you combined it all, that sealed with a kiss image and those faces popping up above the address label is such a nice touch

Melisa said...

I'd love to get an envy like this!

linda said...

Ah, Fan Mail! What a fun and colorful envelope. Bravo!

Ozstuff said...

Do you have a crush on Colin Firth too? Sherry, your envelope is so unique and hugely eye catching - something not to be ignored that's for sure. FANTASTIC artwork.

indybev said...

Oh, I want to hand deliver this and sit down and have a nice chat with Colin! He was superb in "The King's Speech"! I love your envelope and all the details you managed to incorporate. Very well done!

peggy gatto said...

Love EVERYTHING about this!!!
Color, details and layering!!!
Wow!

Janine said...

Wow this is a great envelope.
I love your mail- art

missy k said...

Fantastic envelope.... love ALL the details :)

Lori Saul said...

A great envelope full of wonderful elements and color!

Taluula said...

Yay, this is mail art at its very best, Sherry. I volunteer to deliver this one for you. Wonderful, simply wonderful.

Rachel said...

Great piece of mail art! Thanks for sharing!

Dolly Daydreams said...

Ah Ha Are you a stalker of the gorgeous Mr `firth ? Great envelope > I do hope you mailed him.

Marie

Gaby Bee said...

What a gorgeous envelope. I love your mail art!

Have a nice Easter!
Gaby

lakeworthcentennial said...

Would you please send one of your fabulous creations on an envelope to
Lake Worth 100- City Hall
7 n Dixie Hwy
Lake Worth Fl. 33460
We have a call for mail-art for our centennial celebration. Envelopes are not opened. Put your e mail on back of envelope if you want to be notified of it's arrival,
An exhibition is in planning stage meanwhile all envelopes appear on http://lakeworthcentennial.wordpress.com/ Deadline Nov. 15 your not limited to just one
envelope.
AnnaMaria Windisch-Hunt
Mail-Art Coordinator