Tuesday, December 2, 2008


Brandon Lacy Campos and I are selling t-shirts featuring 3 of my illustration designs. The Cheshire Cat tee is being released in conjunction with the stage production of Alice in Wonderland playing December 17-21 in Baltimore Maryland. It's available as an Adult tee with black sleeves or children/youth sizes 8, 10, 12 in with either pink or black sleeves.

The Elephant/Ganesha tee is a reprint of an earlier release that benefited the ASPCA of New York City.

And the RoboSanta is a very limited printing, well, because I thought it was a funny image.

5% of t-shirt sales will be donated to Camp Heartland, a place for children and family affected by HIV/AIDS.

We're accepting preorders now. Actual tees will be available around the 13th of Dec. Checks, Money Orders and PayPal payments accepted. Please contact me for mailing address, payment, PayPal acct. info and any questions you may have.

Thursday, October 9, 2008


Please check out my most recent MailArt Call, BERUBE-BUGS. A new bug sent out each month to those who send a bug/creature to me.

This guy was the September bug offering.

Please check out my most recent MailArt Call, BERUBE-BUGS. A new bug sent out each month to those who send a bug/creature to me.

This guy was the September bug offering.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

IN EXCHANGE: Artist Trading Cards, Post Cards or Mail Art

I've joined forces again with high school art instructor Barbara Burns of Athabasca Alberta Canada in her mailart project titled "In Exchange".

The following 4 cards are being sent to the following students who shared their artwork with me: Shandelle Haub, Lizzie Barore, Paul Malcolm and Shayna Gambler.

Thursday, September 4, 2008


I often times wonder how many of the hundreds of postcards I've sent out over the past couple of years actually make it to theire destination and how many become casualties to the US Postal Service. It was quite a surprise when yesterday I opened up the mailbox and discovered a returned postcard from my "Portrait" series but not nearly as big of a surprise as when I discovered that I had sent the postcard out on October 7th, 2007. Almost 11 months to the date. I figure since it was going to a P.O. Box, the recipient must have moved or never paid her box fees and eventually the mail got sent back. But, almost 1 year later, WOW!!! If anyone reading this happens to have a current return address for Ms. Monica Rex, let me know, I'd love to slap a stamp on this and resend.

Friday, June 13, 2008



The idea is to create a fictional city of the distant future known as the Metropolis of Destructon through original mail art and correspondence art. Techniques can be illustration, collage, graphic design, artistamp, sequential art, xerox-art, printmaking, poetry or pros. The subject matter is open but should add some element to expanding this fictional city. All submissions are through the mail and should be scanable for presentation on www.post2destructon.blogspot.com

Mr. Sparrow
4 - 353 Worthington St. W.
North Bay, Ontario CAN
P1B 3B7

All submissions will receive a return correspondence from:
Mr. Sparrow, Postmaster General M.o.D.

Deadline for submissions: June 1st, 2009