Added by Michalis Kotsaris on December 2, 2011 at 2:29pm — No Comments
Mail-art by IUOMA member Marie Wintzer (Saitama, Japan)
December 1, 2011 - If Arthur Rimbaud were alive today, would he…Continue
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The cover photograph is by Paris photographer Stephane Burlot. He has several B&W photos from his Metro series in this issue. Also in this issue are collages by artist and IUOMA member Matthew Rose and a short story by graphic artist and IUOMA member David Stafford. You can preview the magazine at this link: …Continue
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Great card from Kerri Pullo, I favorited it, and Kerri was so kind to send it to me. The texture is great, it feels like a piece of wood. FAB!! Thank you, Kerri!
Wow Mary...this is number 299/365 Mail Art....This is very funny, because I remember those tests and taking typing in High School....to this day I do not slouch and use just my fingertips! Memories!!…Continue
Added by Amy Irwen on December 1, 2011 at 9:33pm — No Comments
Great mail art envelope from Guido PLUS some "Book of Ann" collages....Hugs Guido!…Continue
Added by Amy Irwen on December 1, 2011 at 9:31pm — No Comments
A FANTASTIC BARCODE and RUBBERBAND Piece....came via mail in perfect condition...So Cool!!
Karen Champlin, Art Nation, sent this fab work: It's a rather small, but thick piece of cardboard - wonderful! I had to fetch it at the Heidelberg courthouse and had to open it to prove that there is no invoice included. The clerk wanted to know what it is worth, and she was lauging when I told her, that it meant a lot to me, but was really just…Continue
A surprise in the mailbox: Fabulous mail art from Nuno and Nela from Nottingham, England. It's great. Love the stitched cut:
Thank you both, something in the mail for…Continue
Hello from Perth, Western Australia!
As part of Fringe World, the inaugural Perth Fringe Festival, A bunch of artists are putting together a two week bonanza of art, examining to artistic process.
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