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Luke Peterson

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My mother asks for Mariebelle brand hot chocolate every year for her birthday, something that she loves to make use of during the winter months. She used to buy it from a local store that went out of business, but thankfully I knew the product could still be ordered from the website, which has been our method for about the last decade. We've gotten so used to Mariebelle brand as a tradition for the days that we do hot chocolate, that I forgot how normal packet hot chocolate tasted until having some more recently. Safe to say, Mariebelle delivers. It /is/ pricier than the store packets, of course, so we don't make a habit of using it all at once, but they've done well to maintain a consistent quality standard that makes it worth the pricetag. My mother recommends mixing it with milk and a little teeny bit of red pepper for kick.


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Along with the New York shop, Maciunas built up a distribution network for the new art across Europe and later outlets in California and Japan. Gallery and mail order outlets were established in Amsterdam, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, Milan and London, amongst others.[57] By 1965, the first anthology Fluxus 1 was available, consisting of manila envelopes bolted together containing work by numerous artists who would later become famous including La Monte Young, Christo, Joseph Byrd and Yoko Ono. Other pieces available included packs of altered playing cards by George Brecht, sensory boxes by Ay-O, a regular newsletter with contributions by artists and musicians such as Ray Johnson and John Cale, and tin cans filled with poems, songs and recipes about beans by Alison Knowles (see). A videotape of George and Billy Maciunas' wedding was produced by Dimitri Devyatkin.[58]


As Fluxus gradually became more famous, Maciunas' ambitions for the sale of cheap multiples grew. The second flux-anthology, the Fluxkit (late 1964),[74] collected together early 3D work made by the collective in a businessman's case, an idea borrowed directly from Duchamp's Boite en Valise[75][76] Within a year, plans for a new anthology, Fluxus 2, were in full swing to contain Flux films by John Cage and Yoko Ono (with hand held projectors provided), disrupted matchboxes and postcards by Ben Vautier, plastic food by Claes Oldenburg, FluxMedicine by Shigeko Kubota (containing empty pill packages), and artworks made of rocks, ink stamps, outdated travel tickets, undoable puzzles and a machine to facilitate humming.[77]


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