Mail Art Postcard. No. 4537…

But first…
Dulltown, Europe: Today’s architectural term is Synthronon – In early Christian churches the bench reserved for the clergy in the semicircle of the apse, or in rows on either side of the bema. I don’t like synthronons very much, they always seem to go on and on and on.
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Look out! Here comes another of my Mail Art postcards:

WP. F. 4537This one is obviously from the time of the 2015 British general election – oh, what fun we had!… I don’t know why I bothered sticking those big eyes on ‘Dave’ – I might as well have just used the photo as it was. Look at them, Mr Hesitant-Niceguy, Mr Slimy, and another chap whose name, er, escapes me for the moment. What a horrible smile that is on ‘Dave’s’ face – it really makes you want to give him a good slap with a wet fish doesn’t it?… Good god! What a trio we had to choose from!…
Anyway there it is, a piece of history, a ‘document’ reminding us of the events of early 2015. What a fascinating few months it was… all that media coverage – how we lapped it up – eagerly glued to our TVs night after night – oh, how I miss it!… Can’t wait for the next one…

About Dave Whatt

Grumpy old surrealist artist, musician, postcard maker, bluesman, theatre set designer, and debonair man-about-town. My favourite tools are the plectrum and the pencil...
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