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Wood species: Ash


Small wooden form sketches are made on the lathe. These are numbered and signed, postage stamps are applied as well as a personal message from the sender. After which the postcard sized artwork, aka post(c)art is thrown into the mailbox.


The post(c)art is treated and sent just like a normal postcard. It simply comes straight off the lathe, is written upon, picked up by the postman/woman, stamped (sometimes scarred) by the postal service and dropped off onto someone’s doormat by another post(wo)man.


For me these are form-studies within a well defined framework. In contrast to my other work which is often finely sanded and finished to a high level, these form studies are usually not sanded at all, they contain the toolmarks from the lathework and acumulate scars on their journey to the recipient




Post(c)art XL

  • Lathe turned wooden postcard


    Size: a bit bigger than the regulaar post(c)art, this one is 9,5 x 20 cm

    Wood species: Ash

    Finish: none

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