The envelope is a larger one in his usual tan (not the common orange) and it is decorated with a few rubberstampings in brown: an INTERNATIONAL POSTAL ART STAR pseudo-cancellation (complete with a hammer and sickle), a Post Flux Flux Post crossroads stamping, and a quizzical stamping of a strangely mammalian beetle hunkered down, staring at us, and with its rearend and wings pointing up into the air.
Reed Altemus, [October's Envelope] (Oct 2004)
This time, the contents of the envelope are simple:
A thermoprinted card (with raised lettering): EVERYTHING THAT IS PRINTED IS GOOD (Dieter Roth)un violon d'ingres
"Another Postal Surrealist Freakout Poem" with a weirdly indistinct cover I quite like that includes bits of an advertisement for "The world's most / Comfortable Chair."