Mail Me Art is a project that has brought together an international community of artists and illustrators, amateur and professional alike, through art in the form of mail. The posted package itself is the work of art and, unlike a traditional letter or parcel, it is intended to be received and admired for it’s own sake. http://www.mailmeart.com/submit-mail-art/

Mail Me Art is a project that has brought together an international community of…

♥♥ ✉ Helping to stick the stamps. Another envelope where the postage is an integral part of the whole art effort. ✉ Snail mail art at its best.

Helping to stick the stamps. Another envelope where the postage is an integral part of the whole art effort. Snail mail art at its best.

¤ great envelopes by the artist Edward Burne-Jones. (1884). British Museum. Envelope with a sketch of Burne Jones at his easel, from the album 'Letters to Katie'; sketch uses stamp as painting on easel, figure seen from back, address to left. Dark brown pen and ink, on envelope

Illustrated philatelic envelopes Created by Edward Burne-Jones, and now in the collections of the British Museum.

Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Envelopes: 1860 (Dec. 12th) printed envelope, the illustration of an artist with the stamp being his picture on an easel

Sale: 19 Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Envelopes: 1860 (Dec. printed envelope, the illustration of an artist with the stamp being his picture on an easel, sent from Dudley to Moseley with star, some cover imperfections.

Snow isn't just in the air, it's in our stamps too! Click to see our new holiday collection: The Snowy Day!

Snow isn't just in the air, it's in our stamps too! Click to see our new holiday collection: The Snowy Day!

From the Gallery of Postage Stamp People, by Andria of Drawing near #mailart

Drawing near: A Gallery of Postage Stamp People happy mail Snailmail postal collage art

Another Tony Ross letter to children's book publisher Klaus Flugge.

A publisher's postbag – in pictures

During his career as a children's book publisher, Klaus Flugge received almost 100 beautifully illustrated envelopes by artists including Posy Simmonds, Tony Ross and Axel Scheffler.

a superbly hand illustrated envelope from Norwood to the British Consulate in Samoa, 1897

a superbly hand illustrated envelope from Norwood to the British Consulate in Samoa, 1897

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Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Envelopes: 1923 (Nov.) envelope with fine pen and ink illustration showing a man pointing to a picture and exclaiming ''THAT, MADAM, IS THE LADY ROSAMOND'', sent from Boscombe to Accrington with

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