My experiments with embossed bricks led to architects Lyons and brick manufacturer Austral developing this inticately patterned brick. Currently over 50,000 of them are being used in the construction of a new hospital at Mornington, Victoria.
About a week after sending me his first letter, Ray Johnson sent me a postcard of the Grand Canyon trimmed in the shape of a grand piano.
In 1993, while working on my book Mail Art: The Do-It-Yourself Letterbox From Workshop To Gatepost, I wrote to legendary U.S. artist Ray Johnson, the ‘father’ of mail art, seeking his views about homemade letterboxes. This is his reply, written in watercolour paint:
Autographed fan photographs of Panda Lisner and Graham Kennedy ‘touched up’ by the authograph book’s original owner, Faye Marsden.