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Jon Foster 10 Years of Mail-Art #01

100 x 150 mm / set of 15 / 2019
Jon Foster 10 Years of Mail-Art #01
Jon Foster 10 Years of Mail-Art #01
Jon Foster 10 Years of Mail-Art #01
Jon Foster 10 Years of Mail-Art #01
Jon Foster 10 Years of Mail-Art #01
Jon Foster 10 Years of Mail-Art #01
in response to Jon Foster's 10y of mailart letter 1st bullet point

about

"No one likes add and passes but everyone makes them. For the first few years I never knew what to do with add and passes. Mostly I kept them in the envelopes, rarely adding anything to them and never moving them on. A decade later and I make a lot of them, mostly at work, and mainly because I can create them anywhere and then print them later. They’re a way for me to be creative when I’m sitting at the computer far away from my paper toys at home. Some mail-artists have an aversion to add and passes like they have an aversion to the plague. I completely get this impulse. I get too many of them myself. Somehow I’m known as an “add and pass guy” even though I don’t care for them all that much. I’m going to keep the 4 x 4 Add and Pass going for years to come, make it a consistent thing to see how it naturally changes over time."

- Jon Foster


Add&Pass are the ABC's of mailart.. at least that's my opinion on it. Some old fucks got somehow started on mailart through add&pass and that was, for so many years, the best chance for you to gather mailar artists personal addresses. That being, nothing better than kid's coloring flash cards for this 10y old aniversary.

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