Just thought I'd let you guys know, posting some images online. If you'd like, share with me your blog or website and I'll add it to my list.
Added by Amy Irwen on October 31, 2012 at 6:09pm — No Comments
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Oh here is a good one. The Mad Hatter's Mouse Mat. This came in the post as is and without an envelope to open. Now this mouse mat has seen some serious mouse action in its' day.
And more action to come.…Continue
Added by Carina on October 31, 2012 at 8:24am — No Comments
The Latvian Postal Service and Latvia's most famous chocolate company, Laima have joined forces and designed a range of chocolate blocks to be sent anywhere in the world. It's double wrapped and this one made it to Australia in perfect condition. The Post even subsidises the cost of sending, how…
Today I received my first mail from a IUOMA member, Laurence Gillot and an invitation to participate in two projects. Also we had a little first snow, quite early this year.Continue
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This little and very fine coloured etching from Arttower made its way from Aschaffenburg to Munich and brought the first autumn leave (I´m far behind with blogging). I love it! thank you very much, i´ll keep it as a treasure!…Continue
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THE WORKS IN THIS SHOW ARE PRINTED ON 13" X 19" PAPER AND MATTED TO FIT 16" X 20" FRAMES. THE IMAGES HAVE ALL BEEN USED IN MY MAIL ART PRODUCTION 2002-2012: POSTCARDS, ARTISTAMPS, AND ADD AND PASS. SEE YOU…Continue
Added by Mike Dickau on October 28, 2012 at 4:37pm — No Comments
Could someone please contact me and tell me what the point of 'Art' is please.
The problems of fragmentation and confusion that exist within more traditional art practices, such as painting and sculpture (in the…Continue