MinXus Mail Bag: Holiday Trashpo by Mail-Art Martha (Beckenham Kent, UK)

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Mail-Art by Mail-Art Martha (Beckenham Kent, UK)

In the Trashpo world, 2014 has been a spectacular year for DKULTUK. Membership has grown, phenom innovations have been made and the chapter has been heaped with praise and accolades. The UK is now, indeed, a force in global Trashpo going into a new year.

At the forefront of the charge is Mail-Art Martha of London, already a network legend. Our humble MinXus-LynXus blog has been enriched with Mail-Art Martha’s marvelous contributions. As the year winds down, we are thrilled to have received these wonderful holiday greetings from her. We are certain she approves of us sharing this material with our dearest Tenderfoots.

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Mail-Art Martha’s holiday greetings came on a conventional-size sheet of paper (found material on one side) with these wonderful panels bearing the message.

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Mail-Art Martha includes some important dates in Trashpo as well as IUOMA history. Her Front Door Gallery is becoming iconic to many Tenderfoots, we are sure.

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We are not sure what all the Sundays are meant to signify. Mail-Art Martha’s envelopes are always worth a gander because they are a place where she displays her stamp art:

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And the reverse:

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DKULTNY is not likely to issue anything of importance during the remainder of the year, but a fanzine will like be released in January. So happy holidays and best wishes to Mail-Art Martha! We will see you on the other side.

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