Part of the beauty of mail art is the random factor, the Kafkaesque mystery of the international mail system. Is it dinged up? Did it arrive at all? Is there a piece missing, and if so, is that the way your version of the piece must be?
However you chose to see this, I am more that happy to send anything you are missing from the reward you expected for helping me out.
Below is a guide to the images below'er.
the first three images are for the peoples who contributed $37 or more for the large triptych. if you only got none, one, or two, you can see which one you didn't get, and you can tell me which one it is, 1, 2, 3, on the way down.
the next three images are for the folks who contributed $19 or more for the regular triptych. if you only got none, one, or two, you can see which one you didn't get, and you can tell me which one it is, 4, 5, 6, on the way down.
If you pledged for 1 postcard and didn't get it, i think 5 was the one i was sending out, maybe it was 4, pick your pleasure.
now for the Puzzle Set. It's the one at the very bottom that looks just like a Puzzle Set. Since it's from Israel, we'll go right to left, as Hebrew goes, opposite of reading English (fyi). So, upper right hand corner is (A), upper center is (B), upper left is (C). middle right (D), middle center (E), middle left (F). you follow? ok, good, lower right hand corner (G), lower center (H), lower left hand corner (I). I guess you could just say "lower left hand corner" too, if you're not into the whole brevity thing.
Thanks to Mita for the photo of how she framed the Puzzle Set.
Please, if you've displayed or framed any of the postcards in your abode, send pics of how they look, or post em here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Leland-leichman-art/164070903615070
let me know what you are missing!
Thanks again for taking part in this project, Leland Leichman