De Villo Sloan
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Asemic Writing for Mail-Artists

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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Origami Theme by Karalie Vest (Molalla, Oregon, USA)
"Lovely work, Karalie. There is a big affinity between mail art and origami. This was a much-discussed topic here on the IUOMA platform at one point. I only regret I didn't go back and find some of the points. But this is also much very about…"
11 hours ago
De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's group Asemic Writing for Mail-Artists
"Some great collabs going on in the network these days. Today I saw these by our very own John Bennett & Diane Keys. If this isn't asemic, I am not sure what is. Definitely worth a close look: http://www.utsanga.it/bennett-keys-works/"
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Karalie commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Origami Theme by Karalie Vest (Molalla, Oregon, USA)
"Glad it made it, and you appreciate the simplicity. Sometimes I feel I need to do more simple projects like this one. It's like pausing and taking a breath in the middle of the chaos.  Cheers!"
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Origami Theme by Karalie Vest (Molalla, Oregon, USA)

Mail art by IUOMA member Karalie Vest (Molalla, Oregon, USA) March 27, 2017 - After the long ride of the Karnival of Trash there is a certain homecoming feel to resuming "normal" posting. Familiarity sometimes comes as a comfort. The end of a long journey leaves us to reflect: What has been gained and lost?But the point – before I digress hopelessly – is the resumption with this lovely card from a newcomer (to…See More
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: Return of Trashpo Legend Thom Courcelle (Rutland, Vermont, USA)
"Thom, the Karnival of Trash has proven to be a homecoming of sorts. You are a "Legend of Trashpo" amongst the Kulters, dumpster divers & D-Kanines. I can assure you of this fact. And you did do a lot in the early days. So it is fitting…"
Mar 22
Thom Courcelle commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: Return of Trashpo Legend Thom Courcelle (Rutland, Vermont, USA)
"How nice to have this posted! ...though I think you probably overestimate my "legendary" qualities. I think I must certainly be more of an haphazard DKult-ist, 'though I'm pleased as punch to be associated with other celebrity…"
Mar 21
John M. Bennett commented on De Villo Sloan's group Asemic Writing for Mail-Artists
"Jim Leftwich & John M. Bennett"
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Mar 19
De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's group Asemic Writing for Mail-Artists
"The Trashemic Music Consort site is getting more & more interesting w/ work by Mick Boyle, Diane Keys, and now our own John M. Bennett. We've had discussions about what asemic music might be. These folks are defining it. (You can too. And I…"
Mar 19
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Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: Marni Zainodin (Pahang, Malaysia)

Mail art by Marni Zainodin (Pahang, Malaysia)March 17, 2017 - The Karnival of Trash has produced yet another historic first: This extraordinary Trashpo from Malaysia by Marni Zainodin. This is a large, foldout piece.Marni Zainodin has created a deeply expressive work using the Trashpo aesthetic and conceptualism.…See More
Mar 17
De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's group Asemic Writing for Mail-Artists
"Asemic comrades, some of the trashpoets & I have launched the Trashemic Music Consort, an archive of (largely undefined) sound art that mixes asemics & Trashpo. I am looking for both earlier & contemporary material to archive. If you…"
Mar 16

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Mail-Artist since:
circa 1480
My Website:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/79404952@N03/
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
You can serve the one.
You can serve the many.
You can serve The Great Confusion.
You cannot serve one too many to The Great Confusion.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
De Villo Sloan
P.O. Box 1314
Auburn, New York 13021 USA

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Origami Theme by Karalie Vest (Molalla, Oregon, USA)

Posted on March 28, 2017 at 3:50am 2 Comments

Mail art by IUOMA member Karalie Vest (Molalla, Oregon, USA)

 March 27, 2017 - After the long ride of the Karnival of Trash there is a certain homecoming feel to resuming "normal" posting. Familiarity sometimes comes as a…

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Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: Marni Zainodin (Pahang, Malaysia)

Posted on March 17, 2017 at 2:58pm 0 Comments

Mail art by Marni Zainodin (Pahang, Malaysia)

March 17, 2017 - The Karnival of Trash has produced yet another historic first: This extraordinary Trashpo from Malaysia by Marni Zainodin. This is a large, foldout…

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At 4:56pm on March 7, 2017, HollyJo said…

De Villo! Got your magical envelope in the mail yesterday! thank you so much for all the treasures! will post pics soon. 

At 2:06pm on February 3, 2017, Sabela Baña said…

Thaks. I send you my mail art. Please when your received send  e-mail.

At 3:18pm on December 29, 2016, Vikki Johnson said…
Thanks for the friendship! :)
At 4:37pm on December 26, 2016, Ruud Janssen said…

At 9:35pm on December 16, 2016, Alyssa Evoke Moinet said…

Thank you for the wonderful critique about me and Mudhead's art.. You do a great service to the mail art community with all your wonderful writings. Keep up the great work!

Best,
Evoke and Mudhead

At 10:27pm on October 1, 2016, Borderline Grafix said…

Altered Fan Club Press by Meeah

At 10:07pm on July 11, 2016, Petrolpetal said…
pls could you send me your address ....again .... Yes ... I know ... Sorry!
At 7:52pm on June 17, 2016, Lin Tarczynski said…

Thanks, DV. That's probably an excellent place to start. I'm sort of wandering around here.

At 9:06pm on April 16, 2016, Ficus strangulensis said…

Hey, DVS! I just searched IUOMA members for "confusion" to see if "Amalgamated Confusion" is a member and lo'n'Bhold, y'r name came up. ONLY y'r name. Y'r ol' Bud,  Fike

At 2:38pm on February 15, 2016, David Alan Goldberg said…

Hey De Villo!

Yeah, I cut my teeth on that literature thirty years ago. I submitted to BFS, and got a snarky response from Dennis McBee. I didn't know if he was pulling my leg, or that brutally "honest". I was a nineteen year old greenhorn who wanted to dive into the community head first.

A couple years later, 1987, I began submitting drawings and collages to Factsheet Five. They never published anything from me, but I received free issues. The only two publications to showcase my work were out of Huntsville, Alabama: Chris Fitts' & Chris Chapman's Fred's Wonderful Newsletter and David Chamberlain's Auricle.

My "claim to fame" are the hundreds, maybe close to a couple thousand collage/mixed media postcards I sent to friends, bands, record labels, 'zines, random strangers, and cute girls I liked.

Such is life, no?

 
 
 

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