My postcard in the Millenia Mail Art Project has returned to me:
Pink is my favorite colour, that’s why this postcard is so very pink. It sits right above my computer, right now. It has six squares of pink, created by me and five other mixed media artsy girls in a project called the Millennia Mail Art Project, arranged by Tammy.
Millenia Postcard Mail Art Project
The concept of the Millenia Mail art Project was thought out by San Francisco artist Tofu St. John, who describes it like this:
The idea is that each artist will contribute a layer of art to a card. As different artists add to the cards, the layers will build up. After they have completed their layer, artists are asked to send the card on to another artist. The end result will be a series of collaborative mail art pieces. Each one will be created by at least five different artists.
Our postcards traveled to Texas, Sweden, New Zealand, Massachusetts, California and Florida as they were filled with color and texture and pattern. Each artist contributed with their own flair to each postcard, and we all got to pick a theme for our postcards. I picked my favorite color. Tammy’s theme was Happiness, Natasha’s theme: Ocean, Michelle’s theme: Wonderland, Karen’s theme: Orange and Roben-Marie’s theme: Circles + Doodles.
I blogged about how I added a third layer to all of the postcards earlier. And now it’s finished. I thought you should see it, because it’s pretty.
But you can read more about the project in Tammy’s post over at DaisyYellow: Millennia Mail Art Project Wrap-Up.
What is your favorite colour?