to Greece, and now occupying an honored place along with a certain ninja yelling…Continue
February 20, 2011 - Could there be a mail-artist more mysterious than Atte Ourie? These colorful cards are appearing across the globe. (Finland is finding a place on the…Continue
I am the very lucky owner of two Ithaca/Itaca booklets. You remember the first one by Katerina Nikoltsou, pamphlet of paper and sand. This one is from Alfonso Filieri and I was equally blown away when I opened the envelope.
Alfonso's work with paper is just amazing. Crumples and scratches and subtle layers of wax give so much depth to an already beautiful thick…Continue
Send to the Mail Art Call, titled " The Face of Jesus Christ", this project is part of Angles & Art-International MailArt Gallery Exhibition, that will take place in Haverhill,USA and will start in March 2011.
Helder C. Dias
Added by Helder Coelho Dias on February 20, 2011 at 8:50pm — No Comments
Hello to all the mailartists wich are sending and exchanging good energy and vibrations throught the mail service and the simple daily actions.
i enter last year in DODODADA network - the italian one- and i've really enjoyed in this corrispondance with the people i've "met" till now. it's difficult for me to be "massive", but i'm going a little deep inside with the first conctacts i 've felt a good feedback. FREE AND FUN!
now i'd like to enjoy also with the international…Continue
February 19, 2011 - I received this interesting call for mail-art from Sergio in Italy. It seems just about everyone in the…Continue
Added by Michalis Kotsaris on February 20, 2011 at 2:26pm — No Comments
Thanks Katerina for whisking me away to the Greek Islands just before the foot of snow landed this weekend. This is quite a captivating piece!
Added by Kris Naylor on February 20, 2011 at 2:49am — No Comments
Added by Kris Naylor on February 20, 2011 at 2:45am — No Comments
Mail Art received third week of February 2011
In his discussion on letter A, De Villo Sloan wrote that “Chapter A is about artifacts and archaeology. Many of the images come from out-of-print books about New York State Native American artifacts. Most of them were made by the Iroquois or related cultural groups. So the real contributing artists here are prehistoric Native Americans".…Continue
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"the archaeology of a thought (through the relativity of time)"…Continue