Mail-Art Projects List


Mail-Art Projects List

This is group for all general Mail-Art Projects. Includes a link to a blog where 99 authors publish their projects. Want to see all projects: follow the link for Website.

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Latest Activity: 13 hours ago

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1914 2014 : RESIST 100 YEARS of WARS

Started by Guido Vermeulen. Last reply by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) Sep 26. 56 Replies

1914 – 2014 :RESIST 100 YEARS OF WARThis mail art project is not in opposition or competition but in support of the existing mail art projects on the anniversary of the so-called « great » war.So we…Continue

Seeking mail art in support of IROM SHARMILA CHANU

Started by Guido Vermeulen. Last reply by Guido Vermeulen Apr 11. 1 Reply

MESSAGE FROM DES COUTINHO, IrelandApparently Knights of Infinite Resignation are like troubadours who sit by a tower serenading a princess they can never save but wiki doesn't always get things…Continue


Started by E. Last reply by E Feb 25. 4 Replies

New mailart call“UNE FEMME EN COLERE – AN ANGRY WOMAN”Format et technique – Size and technique: Libres - FreeDate limite - Deadline: 8 Mars 2014Les œuvres reçues seront redistribuées après…Continue

Cards of Encouragement for Matt Mail Art Call

Started by Jen. Last reply by Jen Feb 23. 4 Replies

Cards of Encouragement for…Continue

Tags: house, friend, music, drawing, vegas

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Comment by Celestino Neto 13 hours ago


Comment by Ruud Janssen on Friday

Ongoing mail art project with the theme of women;

We are also running a sub-project entitled "Two Women"

Both are documented at the same site.


Any size,
Any medium,
No return, no jury, no selection


Mail to:

Moan Lisa
PO Box 3307
Iowa City, IA 52244

Comment by irene ronchetti on Wednesday

Call. Theme: martians, aliens, flying saucers, ufo, etc.
Size: postcard. Vertical if possible.
Deadline: October 2015
Participants outside Argentina, send by email to: - - resolution no less than 200 dpi
or by snail mail to:
Irene Ronchetti - Fraga 1060
c.p. 1427 - CABA - Argentina
Documentation by email. Mail art will be posted in this blog:


Comment by Ruud Janssen on November 30, 2014 at 1:31pm

Comment by Ruud Janssen on November 29, 2014 at 10:18am


This project is now open for contributions.
Pieter Bruegel the Elder at the outset, in his graphic works, succeeded his fellow-countryman Jheronimus Bosch: moral, allegoric and religious themes, proverbs, rural images and landscapes, scenes of peasant life, slightly surrealistic presentation of reality, etc., literally reaching its highest point on his 2 masterpieces, both called: The Tower of Babel.
Please relate your contribution to one of the works of PIETER BRUEGEL.
Free size. Free medium. No returns. No fees.
Deadline 31.05.2015 - Exhibition in Nov. / Dec. 2015
Online gallery on the Internet:
Documentation to all participants, representing the theme
Send your contribution to:

The Museum of Instant Images
Beckershagen 15 - Chaam - 4861 SE
Pays Bas - The Netherlands - NL

Comment by Ruud Janssen on November 26, 2014 at 4:26pm

Invitation for Mail Art Projects “FASHION” & “SHOES”


These two projects are open to all artists wishing to participate in Mail Art Exhibitions “Fashion” and “Shoes” both to be exhibited in two historical spaces in the Czech Republic during a Festival and fashion-shows in association with the Faculty for Fashion of the Tomáš Baťa University in Zlín-CZ and a group of young Czech fashion students named “Modu Třebíči”.

Museum Borovina in Třebíč is and old shoe factory founded by Tomáš Baťa and Gallery Artidomus is a 400 years old house in the almost 1000 years old village Příštpo in the National Park Rokytna.

For more details, photos of the exhibition spaces and inspiration please visit the website of gallery Artidomus under the section “Mailart”.



Gallery Artidomus in Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou - CZ

Borovina Museum in Třebíč - CZ



Gallery Artidomus (akad.mal. Walther Smeitink-Mühlbacher)

Borovina Museum (Ing. Richard Horky)



The curator for the two exhibitions and the fashion-show is the Dutch/Czech artist Walther Smeitink-Mühlbacher. He lives and works in The Netherlands and the Czech Republic and is also the gallerist of Gallery Artidomus.



B-Technik,  Třebíč - CZ

Latkova Chalupa, Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou - CZ

TTS , Třebíč - CZ  



1. Participation is free.

2. Each artist may participate in each of the two projects with not more than three original artworks.

3. All mediums will be accepted like: mixed media, collage, painting, drawing, text/poetry, original printmaking, photography, digital art but please no photocopies.

4. Dimensions: 10x15 cm, 13x18 cm or A4.

5. Artwork/Objects/3D must be sent through the mail (if necessary well packed).

6. All artworks will be exhibited in the two exhibitions.

7. No Jury.

8. Artworks sent for the exhibitions will not be returned. The artworks will be offered for sale for a symbolic prize of 250 Czech crowns (10 euro) and the revenue will be all donated to a charitable institution in CZ to be determined by the organization.

9. Exhibition catalogue will be sent to all participants.

10. The artworks will be also published on from 15.04.2015.

All news and documents relating to the exhibition will be shared with you through our website

11. The exhibition will be installed by the organizers.

12. Each artist is required to give the following information together with his/her artwork(s): name and surname, title of artwork, technique, date, address,

email and, if any, personal website.



Entries must received before: 1. April 2015


Please send your artworks to the following address:


Příštpo 22
675 51 Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
Czech Republic



Contact person: Walther Smeitink-Mühlbacher


Please send this invitation to all our colleagues and your friends

Comment by vizma bruns on November 26, 2014 at 3:31am

Thanks, Ruud!

Comment by Ruud Janssen on November 22, 2014 at 9:32am

"TWISTED" International Mail Art Call!

Send original twisted artworks to:
PO Box 596, Victor Harbor.
SA 5211 Australia

No jury, no sales, no limits!
Deadline mid January 2015.
Works will be exhibited during the Adelaide Fringe Festival at the Port Noarlunga Art Gallery in February 2015.

Any and all media welcome, if you can stick a stamp on it and send it, we'll exhibit it. Please share!

Comment by Ruud Janssen on November 20, 2014 at 6:29am

Peter Netmail recommends this new interesting project by his students:




Our school building is contaminated with asbestos. So we have to move across town into a new building. That is quite demanding.


Please send your POSTCARDS in color to our school.     


Size only: 10 x 15 cm.

Technique: free.  No e-mail-contributions please. Not in an envelope. No black&white works. No photocopies.


Deadline: 15. December 2014.

Exhibition: in our new school building.

Printed color catalog in 2015 free to every participant.


Send only to:


Schülerweg 11                                                                                                 

D 32429 Minden                                                                               


Comment by Richard Canard on November 18, 2014 at 9:42pm

18.11.14 Dare Ruud J.,... I must tell you Ruud...I am somewhat  shocked. You, of all people, exposing a  decades long well guarded secret from the dark chambers of mail art. Your promotion of Ms. Amuldo's  "TRAssshART" & her blatant clarification: " it isn't trash anymore......ssssshhhh.......I'll tell you: it's ART!" will no doubt crush many an aesthetic-oriented ego.  I , for one, am just going to pretend that you didn't notice the particulars & send Ms. Amuldo something anyway.....but only in hopes that no one will too, there is also the added benefit of witnessing a useless piece of cardboard of my choosing automatically & magically become worth at least $1.15 when I send something to Europe.( I don't why I don't write to you more often.) Here in the U.S.A., my lowly trashy postcards are only valued at 34 cents each....but we are slowly catching up with the rest of the world.  Ave uh nez dae. Richard Canard   




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