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"Subject: Octopus... Collective book of mail art. Send 18 works of size 14.8 X 21 cm (A5 vertical), numbered and signed, for making up a series of volumes with different artists in each. Each volume will contain a minimum of 14 artworks, one per…"
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"Elder Street Gallery calls for entries for a postcard art show to be held during the month of October, 2009. All work will be exhibited. No jury and no returns. Create the postcard on an existing 4"x6" post card or a 5” X 9”…"
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"Hi Joli, THANK YOU so much for the musician biker that I received this morning, my first incoming MailArt from the Netherlands. I love it. Yes, I visit your site regularly. "What animal would you be?" is a very interesting and pleasant…"
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When you could send a piece of Mail-Art to the Moon. What would you send? When you think of it, why not try to send something to the Moon and report here the results.....
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little book

Normally I make normal cards from cardboard, but this time I decided to make some kind of book shape.
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Mail-Artist since:
2005
My Website:
http://www.mail-art.net
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
I like art, mail art, I like to send snail-mail, I like to get in contact with other people and their culture, I like to explore, I like to network, I like to express myself, I want to send a message into the world and spread my work. I'm naturally curious and an artist.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
joli@mail-art.net

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Mail art project

Posted on April 18, 2009 at 1:27pm 0 Comments

What kind of animal would you be?



Sometimes you see a person and you think: " He behaves like a tiger".

Sometimes you see a body or face that reminds you of a mouse.

Sometimes you think: I really want to be a cat.



I'm curious: What animal would you be?

Are you a bird with glasses, a giraffe with a short neck, a gecko with a beard or maybe a combination?



Exhibition at www.joli.nl/twitter and later at www.mail-art.net

Please include your… Continue

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At 2:25pm on October 25, 2009, Carlos I. Botana said…
Subject: Octopus...


Collective book of mail art.


Send 18 works of size 14.8 X 21 cm (A5 vertical), numbered and signed,
for making up a series of volumes with different artists in each. Each
volume will contain a minimum of 14 artworks, one per artist. Modify
each copy in order to make them unique originals. All techniques:
printings, drawings, paintings, photographs, collages...

Each participant will receive a volume.

Deadline: october, 2010.

Send your art works to:

Carlos Botana
General Sanjurjo, 62 - 2º
15006 A Coruña
Galicia - España/Spain

Greetings.

Carlos Botana
At 7:55pm on September 27, 2009, Terrence Boggs said…
Elder Street Gallery calls for entries for a postcard art show to be held during the month of October, 2009. All work will be exhibited. No jury and no returns.

Create the postcard on an existing 4"x6" post card or a 5” X 9” post card or start from scratch on a blank 4" x 6" or 5” X 9” piece of card stock. The art does not have to be done on an "official" post card, just something of similar weight and size. Please include on the back of your postcard - Your name, full mailing address, title of artwork, medium and email address, (website if you have one) .The artwork on the postcard can be either horizontal or vertical. All artwork can be mailed as a postcard or sent inside an envelope.

Materials will vary, depending on the technique you choose. You may create the art with any technique, and all media are acceptable, including collage, markers, crayons, pen and ink, colored pencils, rubber stamps, tempera, acrylic, watercolor and printmaking. The only consideration is that the artwork cannot have a raised surface. Please no nudity, racist, or pornographic art.

All work will be on display at Elder Street Gallery, in October. A reception will be held on Saturday, October 16, 5:00 to 10:00. This reception is free and open to the public.

Mail postcards to Elder Street Gallery, 1101 Elder Street, Suite 109, Houston, Tx 77007.
Postcards must be postmarked by Oct 3, 2009. Questions and/or a copy of prospectus call Terrence at 281-250-4889 or e-mail elderstreetgallery@gmail.com

Postcards become property of Elder Street Gallery and will be for sale, with the proceeds benefiting the English Speaking Union Houston Branch - Shakespeare Competition.
The English Speaking Union Houston Branch is a non profit organization dedicated to international relations between the UK and the other countries of the world and the celebration of all things British.
At 10:47am on August 6, 2009, Ti Ar Raden said…
Hi Joli, THANK YOU so much for the musician biker that I received this morning, my first incoming MailArt from the Netherlands. I love it. Yes, I visit your site regularly. "What animal would you be?" is a very interesting and pleasant call. I liked it at once.
At 12:15pm on April 24, 2009, mariano bellarosa said…
Ciao Joli!
M@
At 11:28am on April 24, 2009, Ti Ar Raden said…

At 6:55pm on April 15, 2009, Denis Charmot said…
Hi Joli
Welcome with us, Nice to see you here
Denis
At 6:27pm on April 15, 2009, CLAUDIO RODRIGUEZ LANFRANCO said…
WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD, JOLI!
At 5:56pm on April 15, 2009, Maurizio Follin said…
Hi
is a pleasure to do your knowledge

(http://itsonlymailart.blogspot.com/)
Maurizio
At 2:04pm on April 15, 2009, Ruud Janssen said…
Welcome Joli!
 
 
 

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