Mail art by Richard Canard (aka Richard C) (Carbondale, Illinois, USA) January 22, 2020 - Being in a Richard Canard groove ourselves, we noticed that at IUOMA-Ning several bloggers and/or Litter Richard enthusiasts recently posted mail art with classic Fluxus images they had been so lucky to…See More
Mail art by IUOMA member Sabela Bana (Coruna, Spain) January 20, 2020 - Many thanks to Eternal Networker Sabela Bana for returning another wonderful add & pass sheet completed in honor of the great E - Ambassador of Utopia (Guivry, France). We are more than pleased that Glam Faction can be the new…See More
I love your comment on Travel Mail Art, In fact, I am going away this weekend to a town in the country for a historical commemoration event. This is the first time I am making such a trip. I may give Travel Mail Art a try. Would you like a card?
Hey DVS, I’ve been meaning to post this for some time,,,, Upon perusing Ourang Outang and some of your other work I noticed a theme. Quite often you create a diamond shaped image, which calls to mind a rebirth. To me it represents a literal birth canal or vagina. Would love to hear your thoughts on why diamond shapes are present in a great deal of your work. Thanks! JBL
Dear De Villo. No, not great just fortuitous. I addressed an envelope to Rysuke but decided I needed something larger. Not wanting to waste the time I stuck the envelope front to another I found here - containing an electricity bill once upon a time - and it needed covering up so . . . the quickest way was to shred a magazine page. I am not convinced it will survive the postal system but no doubt we shall see.
Thanks anyway for the encouragement. At least now I know what to send you!
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