Friday, August 29, 2014
This beguiling piece, entitled "I can be so different from me" reminds me of the lyrics "The more I change, the more I stay the same". Another path for the viewer to take, is the "String Theory" pathways through other dimensions - as if a cosmic sidewalk, strolling through different neighborhoods of reality. A beautiful, contemplative stretch for us to put on our "One Universe - no matter what" slippers on and have a good think.
Eric Babaud Artwork Factory) and yes, my friend - I'll be seeing you in the mail old boy.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
A very groovy cancellation appears over the two stamps and I am more than a little delighted to have this card in my collection. The ceremony for the release of the iconic Janis stamp (on the right) was held during the Outside Lands Festival in Golden Gate Park, SF - in Hellman Hollow. Jennie was invited as a guest by the USPS to attend. She gets all the fun duties!.
This is the official Janis Forever stamp and what a beauty it is too.
But, what is this other stamp of the beloved rocker below? As she was fond of singing: "You know you got it child, when it makes you feel good"! Who made this one? Dogfish? Hinchcliff? It sure is cool. Reminds me of an old hippie newspaper called "The Oracle" that used to come out of the Haight long, long ago.
Red Letter Day herself!
Monday, August 18, 2014
It reads, "It was Saturday, April 25th, 1984, the day Ray J invited me to meet him at his only retrospective exhibition ("The Works of Ray Johnson"), Nashua County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY. He and I performed a "Nothing", although I never announced this event , until now". Nice one Chuck
CrackerJack Kid Mail Art.at IUOMA