Another night in a hotel room, away from home, and I still have to prepare to give a presentation on document imaging tomorrow. But first I had to create a new mailing. It's been a little while since my last overnight (a couple weeks?), so I have many people to repay with a mailing. Also, I wanted some heft to the visual poem this time, so using my thick art markers I created a four-color asemic fidgetglyph that I call "the all-seeing eye becomes."
Geof Huth, "the all-seeing eye becomes" (9 Nov 2004)
I've inscribed each glyph upon a large, thick, blank postcard (Canson Montval, 140 lb/300 gsm), and sometime later tonight I'll write each correspondent a note. Each card sent to a correspondent in the US is completed with a stamp form the "Art of the American Indian series." These stamps are huge and colorful and sit on the back of the card along with blue, green, black, red, and reddish-brown inks.
Geof Huth, Reverse of "the all-seeing eye becomes" (9 Nov 2004)
The lucky recipients of this mailing are as follows:
1/12 Ruth and Marvin Sackner
2/12 Bob Grumman
3/12 Roy Arenella
5/12 Mick Boyle
7/12 Reed Altemus
8/12 Scott McDonald
9/12 Ficus strangulensis
10/12 Scott Helmes
11/12 Erin Huth
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