35 odd years of mail art, networkings and related postal ephemera from the A.1.Waste Paper Co. Ltd.
I've never received anything but "Brain Cell" from Ryosuke Cohen...
He did other things back in the early 80's. One tends to forget the BrainCells have been so relentless!
Ryosuke found out that post card'zZ suck.... :) --ed
he started working and he never stopped . in one medium or another . on a plane or bus or train .from a key board with paper to a digital keyboard . the printing press one upped the hand written or hand carved style that had a long history , and the web enhances the experience of the mail box by the front door . the phone with the answering maching played a part in the process and the fax is not to be forgotten , all are being replaced or up dated as i type . in africa and asia , there are places that will go straight to cell phones , almost totally bypassing the land line system . and straight to wi fi and wireless bypassing dial up in the process . paper and ink still remain , although the number of newspapers decrease .
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