envelopes as art

Notes On A Visual Life: Signed, Sealed, Delivered - How great are these envelopes? I'm loving the illustrated return addresses for the different business.

Rabbits on bicycles, 1904

Rabbits on Bicycles, a Japanese New Year's card . From a collection of the museum of Fine Arts Boston. was year of the Rabbit)

1874 (Apr. 24th) pen and ink illustrated envelope depicting the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland which was published nine years earlier, with the artist’s initials “PB” incorporated into the design at foot, used from London to Hitchin and franked 1864-79 1d.

pen and ink illustrated envelope depicting the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland which was published nine years earlier, with the artist’s initials “PB” incorporated into the design at foot, used from London to Hitchin and franked

1875(c.) unposted but with a superb watercolour of an artist painting the sign of the ''QUEENS HEAD INN'' (the Inn sign being 1864–79 1d stamp).

Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Envelopes: unposted but with a superb watercolour of an artist painting the sign of the ''QUEENS HEAD INN'' (the Inn sign being plate most attractive. Ex Shaida.

by Amy Rice

Amy Rice 's prints and illustrations on worn love letters and collages of time yellowed memories and maps of life.

from Klaus Fluger's collection of mail art from children's illustrator's.  This one is by Peta Coplons.

A publisher's postbag – in pictures

Peta Coplons, During his career as a children's book publisher, Klaus Flugge received almost 100 beautifully illustrated envelopes by artists.

Modernizing Propaganda: Avant-Garde Postcards “Balloon with Japanese Flag in the Sky” (with hand-written message) Images from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Japanese Postcards at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Envelope from Tunbridge-Wells to Chatham with a hand painted illustration depicting a kneeling artist, staring at flowers with address incorporated in his folio.

Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Covers: 1881 (Nov.) envelope from Tunbridge-Wells to Chatham bearing 14 dots and with a well executed hand painted illustration depicting a kneeling artist, staring at flowers with address incorporated in his folio,

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