De Villo Sloan
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  • Auburn, NY
  • United States
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: DharmaDaDa Trashpo by Azzaro (Auckland, New Zealand)
"I have my own collection of Erni Baer crushed cans, NBS. One is above. But how do we know it's not a fake? (It's not). But I guess that was Erni's genius in terms of "anyone can do it" yet the crushed can is his…"
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Nancy Bell Scott commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: DharmaDaDa Trashpo by Azzaro (Auckland, New Zealand)
"The familiar Red Bull is a shock. I love Azzaro's original caption. First crushed cans from Hamburg since 2013 recently arrived in Maine. Many O.K. cans, black+white, pink+white, and others. 30-40 were smushed into a rather small, flat box -- I…"
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: D-Kit by Diane Keys (Elgin, Illinois, USA)
"Hi William, I thought for a longtime that the Trashbook would be Trashpo's greatest contribution to mail art. However, it has definitely produced a lot of fine stamps too."
14 hours ago
William M commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: D-Kit by Diane Keys (Elgin, Illinois, USA)
"very cool! i especially like the artistamps."
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: DharmaDaDa Trashpo by Azzaro (Auckland, New Zealand)
"hope will return to the mother ship"
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: DharmaDaDa Trashpo by Azzaro (Auckland, New Zealand)
"Hi Dean, yes, an entire "generation" of mail artists across the globe cannot look at a crushed can without thinking of our DharmaDaDa who - in Cargo Cult fashion - we can only hop will return to the mother ship. Whether Azzaro knows any of…"
22 hours ago
De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Found Asemics by Dave Araki (New York City, USA)
"Pleased to meet you. The response to this as vispo (visual poetry) has been excellent. So you can also find it on the Asemic Front blog. I can see why it was intended for the Karnival of Trash, but as the Kulters say "To smart for…"
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Li Araki commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Found Asemics by Dave Araki (New York City, USA)
"Awesome husbando!"
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"Thank you for the friending me--loving the Karnival of Trash!"
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Mail art collab by Matthew Stolte (Wisconsin, USA) & De Villo Sloan (NY, USA)

"Thx Richard - the scan would lead you to believe there is a flat or cohesive surface. Actually it's a lot more chaoti, layered, gutted. Thx again"
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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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Karnival of Trash Mail Art Call: D-Kit by Diane Keys (Elgin, Illinois, USA)

Posted on April 23, 2017 at 3:59am 2 Comments

Mail art by IUOMA member Diane Keys (Elgin, Illinois, USA)

April 22, 2017 - As I have asked before: What would the Karnival of Trash be without work by the raining Queen of Trash(po)? Luckily, Diane Keys has been exceedingly…

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Found Asemics by Dave Araki (New York City, USA)

Posted on April 22, 2017 at 4:37pm 2 Comments

Asemic vispo by Dave Araki (New York City,…

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At 12:27pm on April 23, 2017, Li Araki said…

Thank you for the friending me--loving the Karnival of Trash!

At 1:15am on April 1, 2017, Nancy Bell Scott said…

Asemic Front: Most inspiring idea and I'm honored to be included. The problem is, I really love what you sent just as they are! They hang in my room, sparking ideas to explore, but I can't move on them yet. I will soon and only hope whatever happens does them justice. Thank you, DVS.  

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.

 
 
 

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