Added by Kerri Pullo on April 8, 2013 at 8:59pm — No Comments
La Pomme Manguante The Missing Apple
Le Miroir De Spiegel The…Continue
Added by Kerri Pullo on April 8, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
From the Chilly Windy City to the Choking Heat of the Desert my Prom Date sends to me....…Continue
Added by Kerri Pullo on March 25, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
I'm very glad that there in IUOMA is such great and optimistic mailartist as she, especially if we speak in common language and we have common origin - latvian.
And now ... some words especially to you, Vizma! : Es jau sen esmu vēlējusies Tev atsūtīt atbildi, bet esmu bijusi šo laiku aizņemta ar studijām, kā arī - esmu ļoti lēns artists.:) Man vajag ilgu laiku, lai izdomātu ko un kā sūtīt konkrētam cilvēkam, jo parasti cenšos pieskaņot kautko attiecīgajai personai un savam…Continue
Thank you all the fantastic mailartists!
There is a lot of work that I have received lately, but I have not had time to show them. I will try to catch up.
This is first - little booklet from Mister Lestaret or Christopher Skinner. His fantastic asemic writings and ephemeras has always fascinated me and I'm so…Continue
Added by An. U. on November 10, 2012 at 4:04pm — No Comments
My postbox was a quite full today, some of mailart treasures:
1) Elegant and romantic postcard about "Silence" theme from Nanou Camut (France)
2) Envelope full of treasures from Nadine Wendell-Mojica -
photos with strangers, just as I like:…Continue
Added by An. U. on September 20, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Such a great and wonderful suprise!
Thanks a lot Simon…Continue
Today was full of mail and there will be some of wonders... -->
First about this wonderful card from Stephen…Continue
Today I find in my postbox this wonderful art from Guido Vermeulen. First mail in my collection from him.
AN EXQUISITE book of collage received from Guido Vermeulen Thank you so much! I am honored to have received one of the copies enclosed in a beautifully painted envelope "Just Passing Thru!"
Front Cover of "Travels with Collages"…Continue
Added by Kerri Pullo on July 29, 2012 at 9:44pm — No Comments
if I don't at least get these names and thanks out!
Mail Art Received: most likely still needs to be scanned and definitely, well, very high probability that the friend has not been acknowledged for their sending of such beauty and kindness directly to my mail box.
In no particular order....(seriously, do you think I could keep these dates in order!) Many Thanks to:
Valentine Mark Herman
John M Bennett
Nancy Bell Scott
Added by chaosatlanta on March 7, 2012 at 1:11am — No Comments
A few Weeks ago Cheryl blogged this gallery of Monas featuring several of the works she received for her mail-art call, a masterpiece like only RCBz can do them. I remember commenting on her blog saying that I wouldn't be surprised if the tiny postcards on the rack by the museum shop were also…Continue
Bifidus has not been around for ages and I miss him, so I begged him to send me something. He very kindly granted my wish. I've been wondering where he could possibly have gone, and I hope this is not him sending me the answer from purgatory! So I would like to see this piece as a reference to Dante's…Continue
This is my first mail from Alicia, a wonderful surprise. The flower on the envelope seems to have lost a few of its fragile petals. I always like when things don't arrive exactly the way they left, bearing the marks of a long trip, or "travel wrinkles".…Continue
I couldn't find Stanislav's page at IUOMA but I know he has been sending mail to IUOMA members. I was very pleased to receive this great envelope with gorgeous stamps, and a collage card from him. Thank you Stanislav, something will be out for you soon.…Continue
This beautiful envelope from Viviana was well hiding its game. I couldn't tell from looking at it through its protective transparent package that it would unfold in this wonderful multiple way. This is a one-piece card plus envelope, geniusly folded into a square. And filled with great mail-art, of…Continue
Added by chaosatlanta on February 9, 2012 at 11:54pm — No Comments