"Efuto = Picture Envelope" Exhibition

Communications Museum

poster for "Efuto = Picture Envelope" Exhibition

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It all began 50 years ago when David McKee, the author of "Elmer the Patchwork Elephant," and his friends started sending illustrated envelopes for fun. The president of Andersen Press, the company that published McKee's picture books, eventually framed his favorite ones and decorated his office walls with them. His collection now amounts to over 500 illustrated envelopes. Japanese artist and long-time British resident Satoshi Tamura is also a participant in this process. A total of over 1000 efuto, or picture envelopes, will be on display including those submitted by the general public.

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From 2007-06-02 To 2007-07-08

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purr: (2007-06-09 at 11:06)

とっても楽しいイベント!
観たらきっと参加したくなるはず。ぜひ多くの人に参加してほしいです。http://hello.fuyutsubo.com/

roko: (2007-06-18 at 00:06)

http://roko3.cocolog-nifty.com/tuiteru/2007/06/efuto_0f28.html
いろんなアイデアが溢れていて、とっても楽しめました!

mminazuki: (2007-06-22 at 20:06)

とっても楽しい絵封筒。
自分でも描いてみようかと思った。
http://minazuki-branch.cocolog-nifty.com/review/2007/06/post_69a1.html

tomoyo: (2007-07-08 at 20:07)

楽しいくてかわいい!!
展示をみていたら、自分も描きたくなってくる!
実際に体験コーナーがあって、来場者も作れるところも嬉しかった!(多分、子供たち用のコーナーだったのかな(笑)
http://1534.jugem.jp/?cid=13

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