You get interesting spam messages....but you made them even creepier....haha!
You are just so funny, as well as inventive! Who else would have thought of using spam in this way. I have laughed so much this morning reading these and being wowed by the collages. So funny. Love them all in their lovely ridiculosity. Your collages ... Well even better than ever, and the backgrounds. I've had a pile of those little square pieces of paper and hardly used them, and they make such a good background. I hope you don't mind if I emulate you. Loved this post. I may even read the spam now, though the Russian ones may fox me.
Karen! I really like your creative blog! Please install the "translator" :-))
Awe Karen, how brilliant you are sweetie. Thank-you so much for the chuckles this afternoon, it's flippin freezing over here in Cornwall (UK) and this has helped warm me up lots.Huge hugs x
I saw the title to this post in Jez's blogroll and just had to come snoop! This did make me laugh - you will have me looking at my spam in a whole new light!
LOL!!!!!! What a great idea! Who could have imagined such poetry could come from such an annoying thing! Well done!
What a way to make postive out of negative. Love that!
I think you have better spam than me! Though the last time I looked I wrote down some phrasing to use as potential art journal ideas!
Brilliant! Beautiful AND highly amusing! xx
You are a riot!!!!!!!
Very interesting way you rearranged those words!
the best part is that I didn't rearrange them! That's just the way the robot-spam comes through.
Now that's creative!
Okedokee you were energized to say the least making these.....xox
These are fantastic! Great recycle idea and artistic, too!!!Jan
It's been a while since we've seen this wacky side of you - and how ironic that spam would provide you the fodder.... Brilliant, as usual and I love your use of rectangles in your collaged backgrounds. We should all be so good at turning a negative to a positive...........
Pure Genius!! At first I didn't catch on to what it was you were doing, and I was getting a little worried, then I figured it out and started laughing out loud!
Oh man, you're brilliant. Spam comments would be a great idea to work with black out poetry too!
Ha Ha! Great idea! I love those first cards with the square/rectangular pieces.
I find some of them a little creepy if I have to be honest. But very inventive! And I must say, interesting spam you get!
Oh, you KNOW I love this vocabulary!!I love that nether region one more than I can say.