I've just discovered this guy, and would like to share my discovery with you.Monsieur Proust isnot a member of IUOMA, alas.He does some incredible mail art stuff. See: …Continue
I have.I wondered what the guy looked like who was producing all that semi-porn stuff -- was he as bad as all that semi-porn stuff, or underneath (don't ask 'Underneath what?') all those name and…Continue
The various things that adorn my head -- hats, sort of lobsters from Maine, wigs -- will be featured here. I'll change the photos from time to time. In the meantime, please feel free to continue as…Continue
"Protect me from what I want." (Jenny Holzer)
...I have been away again, this time for 10 days in Maastricht, the Netherlands, where I had a mini-exhibition of my Aboriginal-type art. (Photos of that follow later). When I got back home last night the mail box was stuffed full of goodies, and I just haven't got the time right now to send everyone an individual thank you, so here is a collective one.
I hope to be able to send all the people below some Mail Art back soon, but I will have to pawn the children so that I can get some…Continue
Here we are again, Polo Mint Lovers everywhere.
This set of Adventures comes from Denmark.
At the Louisiana Museum there was an Exhibition called 'Pop Art Design' which was very good -- but not easy to Polo Mint.
(Go on...ask why a Museum in Denmark is called 'Louisiana'?)
Bonjour Art Lovers of the World!
I have just come from back from Copenhagen where the Polo Mint Adventures continued.
To recap -- a Polo Mint is a small English sweet (very similiar to a Life Saver).
Here is one:
I visit Galleries and Museums, place a Polo Mint on or near an…Continue
...the following people for the Great Mail Art they have kindly sent me (with apologies for this being collective, but I'll never get round to thank everyone individually and properly, so my excuses).....
* Nico van Hoorn & the Altijd Nijmegen Radical Phone Box Collective
* Ti Ar Raden & the Martinique Beach Side Phone Box Crew
* Mute Sound 4 the Spanish Phone Card (it didn't work in France -- nor did the Last Surviving Phone Box I found)