It seems that a lot of my items have hit their mark lately. Maybe I’ve been sending a lot of things to people who scan them consistently, I’m not sure, but either way, they’re showing up in great numbers. Two cards that have appeared online I remember making very vividly. Often I make six or seven or eight cards at a time, so they look a little alike, have the same source material etc. They also get scanned right around the same time as each other. This card I sent to the lovely Amy Irwen in Rosemount Minnesota. No images on this one, which is kinds of odd for me, but every once in a while I like to mix it up. This cards construction relates back to another post I did about a Thomasville library sale. At that sale, I bought the images that make up this card. It was a book, a German book with a ridiculous amount of highlighting and notes in the margins. The book contained so many marks that I felt I had to buy it, otherwise I would have left it on the table. I’ve never seen a book so marked up. It was a simple premise, overlap the images and let the dissolves in rips create a blurry illusion. You can see a few pen marks in there as well. I kind of like this one. I sent this card to Lindsay Stewart in Halifax Nova Scotia. I like sending things to Lindsay. On my last trip to SCRAP in Durham, I bought a lot of large decals that just read American. I guess it had something to do with the airline, I don’t know. Basically I cut them up into smaller pieces and arrange them on too small of cardboard. I thought the confusion would make an interesting composition of bits of letters-that was not the case. I really hated the final product. Instead of abandoning the whole endeavor, I took out a couple 1940’s Time Magazines, made some transfers and slapped them on top. Not sure if the end product was much better, but it was slightly better.