I want to have words that describe how amazingly perfect and perfectly me this mail art from David is…but I don’t have the words that will do it justice. Here is what I can say…. This absolutely perfect piece of mail art features…my love, the vintage couch! Wait… there is more….with three hilarious illustrated couch rides! But wait….there’s more! Vintage newspaper article…Chicago Daily News re: a WGN radio commentator plans to retire at 35 in Arizona! Why is this so perfectly me??? I grew up…Continue
My very first mail art from John Bennett, what a wonderful surprise, together with his Vispo #2 pages he sent some wonderful little boekies with pictures and poems (and creatures!)...…Continue
A wonderful surprise in my mail box: mail art from Lesley.
Lesley has been away fro the mail art scene for a while,
but so happy to know all is better and see her "making" again!
There were THREE artful pieces in this envelope...…Continue
Obsessive-Bar-Code-Syndrome: OBCS? Or BCD = Bar Code disease? Or, fantastic art!
'Tis a beauty , even though it got a bit chewed up by the postal machine...…Continue
Unusual experience yesterday, opening the mailbox to one (1) priceless envelope resting there. No bills, no direct mail, nothing but this one envelope. Apologies for the drama, see for yourself. Painted and collaged page from a book. Enough said. Thank you Nancy. Really, really like this.…Continue
It was so good to hear from Lesley and I love this print she did on a doilie. The message was written in a circle on the back. The face is sad and I would imagine this is a reflection of the difficulties she is experiencing at this time. So glad things are better though. Thank you…Continue
One of the best envelopes I have ever received. What an amazing idea to send this. the letter was tucked inside:Continue
Received this great laminated piece from Austin.The wine label qualifies it as trashpo. It is my first art from him and I love the composition.He titled it "Crazy Mary" referring to the Pearl Jam song.I'm a huge fan of grunge rock so thank you…Continue
I received mail from Thom Courcelle and Ruud Janssen in the same week. They seem tied together in some way – so Thom – your work has informed the meaning I have ascribed to Ruud’s new FLUXUS word.
Time is short, soon there will be ZALOP of it left. Use every minute wisely – its an un-renewable resource.…Continue
I was amazed when I received this piece by Karen. I don't remember seeing anything similar on the blogs, it looks like a completely new turn for Karen. She has framed the text with thick brush strokes of various colors, sometimes blending into each other, sometimes not. The textures are also…Continue
Who knew one could do such wonders with rolled-up paper? This is a very creative card from Torma Cauli. I love the way he worked with picture and paper to create a three dimensional story (including the envelope). Great card, thank you Torma!…Continue
Postcard by Thierry Tillier (Charleroi, Belgium) included in mail-art package from IUOMA member Guido Vermeullen (Brussels, Belgium)…Continue
Happy new year to everybody (it's time up to the end of january, I hope)!…Continue
Added by Jean-François VIGEON on January 29, 2012 at 8:41pm — No Comments
cracker mail received from Diane Keys
Tamara Wyndham (NY, USA) sent me some wonderfull booklets she produced lately. I already saw her work on het websitem but having the original colour printed booklet in the collection is wonderful. Tamara Wyndham isn't active here on IUOMA, but active on Facebook and also in art and mail-art…Continue
Supercool, Alicia Starr sent me this great inchies! Each one is very special, and I love the whole character of these tiny little thingies! Are those "trash-thingies"? I don't know but love them! Thanks, Alicia!!…Continue
There is dragon mail art project call from the German dragon museum (with support by the German mail artist Henning Mittendorf)
Postcard size in an envelope and deadline is July 15, 2012.
Doc to all. Exhibition in September.
Das Deutsche Drachenmuseum eV
Nibelungen strasse 38
Added by Guido Vermeulen on January 29, 2012 at 2:39am — No Comments
My first barcode postcard from Dean! And I have to say it's great to see it "for real". I don't know why but the golden parts didn't come out at all on the photo, so you'll just have to imagine they are there. I can see why you are saying that barcodes are human too, Dean :-))) there is a certain energy…Continue
DK is sending me this doll (about 2cm thick), I can only imagine the puzzled and amused expression on the postman's face on both continents. It looks indeed like she could use a coat of some kind, I was thinking that Thom could knit something for her. Actually, on closer inspection, she almost caught…Continue