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Barcode Mail Art

Barcodes. They are everywhere, but surprisingly not used that often in mail art. 

When I received this piece of Barcode mail art (named 'Variation on a barcode Op. 99') thanks to Dean, Artist in Seine, I wanted to post it in the IUOMA Barcode Mail Art group. However... I couldn't find any Barcode group!.. That's why and how this group started here.

You can post your received or sent Barcode Mail Art here if you wish, too.

Update 11 February 2016: Also colour test print art is welcomed!

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Latest Activity: Feb 24

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Barcode mail art

Started by maha Feb 24. 0 Replies

The site has cool bare code

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Comment by Jeremy Gluck on February 24, 2017 at 4:19pm

Comment by Bruno Cassaglia on October 7, 2016 at 12:20pm

Comment by Dean aka Artist in Seine on August 8, 2016 at 8:02pm

Well I would have never guessed them to be barcodes or even to look in the barcode group. But as they say in Holland; "If the wooden shoe fits, stop chopping the wood."

Thanks for posting.

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on August 8, 2016 at 3:25pm
Additional inside information: these are (barcoded) Crown Jewels!
(furthermore still mysterious to me)
Comment by Heleen de Vaan on July 20, 2016 at 11:21pm

Is it Barcode Mail Art?

I think so! Because:

- it shows bars
- the message is mystery to me, so it must be a code
- it  has been created by one of the biggest  Bar Code Artists I know.

So: thank you Dean! This 3D-Bars-code mail art traveled amazing well through the postal systems!


(you sent it from overseas - temporary Artist in Thames instead of Artist in Seine?!)

Comment by Heleen de Vaan on July 20, 2016 at 11:07pm

That is beautiful, Dean! Thank you for sharing. So sorry to hear the sad news. 

Comment by Dean aka Artist in Seine on July 19, 2016 at 11:06am

Barcode Teacher by Susan McAllister.  Her contribution to the movement. (15 June 2013)

Comment by Dean aka Artist in Seine on July 4, 2016 at 2:07pm

On June 26, 1974, at a Marsh supermarket in Troy, Ohio, a single pack of chewing gum became the first retail product sold with the help of a barcode & scanner.  A date we should celebrate ever year from now on.

From Heleen de Vann

Comment by MC van Helmond on June 28, 2016 at 5:43am
jammer, pity! pieces are missing indeed! greetingsssss
Comment by Heleen de Vaan on June 27, 2016 at 9:04pm

Barcodes accompanied by kind messages, and more. Although either USPS or PostNL seems to have taken off some barcodes (and more) during the journey!?!... That's all in the mail art game!..

Great barcode mail art by MC van Helmond. 

Thank you very much, MC!

 

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