Mail-art by Empress Marie Antonette (Saitama, Japan). This is a classic visual poem by Empress Marie with a mysterious white stain.
The acquisition of new art by Empress Marie and rare MinXus relics dating to the days of her childhood have inspired Dark wall to open the Empress Marie Wax Museum & Water Park at the Mink Ranch. This exciting new addition to the Mink Ranch will provide tenderfoots with a multi-media narrative of Empress Marie’s childhood in Alsace, her adventures, and one of the world’s finest collections of her artwork and writing. “I will display authentic Empress Marie relics, and I am creating a series of dioramas with wax figurines,” said Dark wall.
Found material torn by Empress Marie and a copy of her personal request for submissions to the historic First International Exhibition of Holes.
More found material and personal message from Empress Marie to Dark wall.
A very rare, phallus-like visual poem by Empress Marie and acquired by Dark wall for the Empress Marie Wax Museum and Water Park at the Mink Ranch.
Here is one of the great crown jewels in the new Empress Marie collection: A page bearing handwriting by Empress Marie (or her sister) when she was only seven or eight years old (with authentication note). Here is the shopping list on the reverse side:
This is very possibly one of the most rare and important MinXus relics on the planet, and soon Tenderfoots – for a very modest admission price – will be able to see the authentic item as part of a guided tour along with biographical information never before disclosed.
Empress Marie’s visual poetry acquired for the new museum. Here is the reverse side:
A personal message from the Empress to Dark wall. Want to know more about the Mystery of the Cryptic Circles? The Monkey Purge? G-Man? Nancy the Nanny? You will find it all at the Empress Marie Wax Museum and Water Park!
Another important acquisition for the museum is this incredible (and rare) example of Empress Marie’s Holism.
MinXus stamps and envelope art will also be on permanent exhibit.
Make sure to check the MinXus-Lynxus blogs for news concerning the Empress Marie Wax Museum and Water Park!