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At 3:21am on May 12, 2023, Tomoe N said…

Hello. I found your mail that sent me 3 years ago, so I sent a friend request. I wasn’t active with mail art so sorry I didn’t send back but I am kind of back recently and I will eventually return you a mail. Again thank you for your mail. 

Tomoe from Japan 

At 7:34pm on February 12, 2021, Mail Art Martha said…

Welcome Raj!  for some obscure reason all the graphics have disappeared from IUOMA  i cannot see what I am doing. I got your lovely card which shall go on the next gallery. See the Shopping Trolley Gallery in


At 3:56am on November 16, 2020, J.J. Martyn said…

Hi Raj, 

I miss fun mail. I have a toddler now and seemingly no time for art. 

FYI - my swap backs may take a year. 

J.J. Martyn

2-138 Woburn Avenue

Toronto, Ontario

M5M 1K7


At 5:23pm on October 30, 2020, Eduardo Cardoso said…

Hi Raj,

Sent you Mail Art a while ago. I hope it arrives safe and sound. Take care.

At 4:34pm on October 30, 2020, Kayenderes said…

do you have any very old post cards like 1901 or vintage?

At 11:38am on September 27, 2020, Johannes Groß said…

Hi Raj,

thank you for your wonderful mail that arrived yesterday!


At 6:06pm on September 26, 2020, Fast Eyes said…
Wonderful mail from you has arrived. Thank you!
At 9:13am on June 14, 2020, Richard BAUDET said…

Hello Raj !  

your mailart has arrived here in Marseille !  Thank you !  

At 6:34am on February 13, 2019, Michael Leigh said…

Hi Raj,  I'm just the opposite - I spend too much time on the computer and cut back on my snail mail!  I suppose thats why I started this UK Mail Art group , to see how many there were and connect them all in some way. It;s certainly cheaper to send mail domestically than to foreign parts!  As for a directory you would have to compile your own from the list here. Some may have dropped out already as far as i know - people don't seem to have the staying power they did back in the olden days when I was knee high to a postman's knee.  You'd have to scan the themes and projects on Ruud's other blog and there are loads of mail art groups on faceBook of course, but if you don't getto your computer much that probably won't help you!  Anyway, good luck with your search for budding mail art swappers. I'm sure there must be some on here somewhere!

At 11:40am on February 10, 2019, Mail Art Martha said…
At 12:26pm on January 18, 2019, Mail Art Martha said…

So very happy to see you here Raj! What took you so long? You are one of my first Mail Art contacts, after DD. 

At 10:55am on January 18, 2019, Michael Leigh said…

Welcome Raj !

At 7:26pm on February 26, 2013, Carlos I. Botana said…



Proxecto Cárcere calls artists to participate in the open, international project 
for the old prison of A Coruña to become a Selfmanaged Sociocultural Center.
The works will take part in an exhibition this year.
 It will take place inside or outside the prison, abandoned and disused at present.
A picture of each work will be uploaded in jailartproxectocarcere.wordpress.com
For further information please visit our blog: proxectocarcere.blogaliza.org 
or send an e-mail to proxectocarcere@gmail.com

Subject: Jail
Deadline: 1st June 2013
No measurement limits
Free technique
The works will not be returned and will become part of the archives of Proxecto Cárcere.

Send your works to:
Carlos Botana
Avda. Gral. Sanjurjo, 62 - 2º
15006 - A Coruña
At 1:47pm on July 31, 2011, 1cgqtuoblpeqc1cgqtuoblpeqc said…

i have two main projects going:

both of which have groups here on iuoma:

Mail of the Living Dead

FREE ART is asking for "The Internet" themed art submissions during August,
we take both regular postal submissions, or digital art submissions via email.

i'm a superhero i can like fly and shit.
1234 Sandusky Dr.
Iowa City, IA 52240


all submissions will be put permanant display in our museum.

Mail of the Living Dead is currently in the process of creating a
"Zombie Encyclopedia" using add & pass as a medium.
i've stuffed around 20 enveloped with blank pages and some
zombie literature to send out into the mail art world to be
passed around to 12 people then returned, and compiled
into a larger book, The Mail of the Living Dead Encyclopedia!

Join our group for more information and discussions!

At 7:07pm on July 25, 2011, Patricio - The Celestial Scribe said…

This is a friendly welcome to The Eternal Network, from a friendly mail artist living in a friendly country. What seems to be a perfect start here is mail-art exchange.  I would like to be the other side on this very beginning with you at IUOMA.  If so, your envelope should read as follows:

Patricio Duprat

Av. Paraná, 1489 apto. 1004




I look forward to see your piece arriving on the mail.  I will do my homework after receiving yours.  It’s a celestial promise.  The Celestial Scribe

At 5:29pm on July 24, 2011, Bifidus Jones said…
Welcome to IUOMA! Let me know if you have any questions.
It's a great bunch of folks and I hope that you enjoy exchanging Mail Art with us.
Would you like to exchange some Mail Art with me? If so, send me something at 954 Lincoln Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105 USA and I'll something back. Regards, Bifidus
At 1:45pm on July 24, 2011, 1cgqtuoblpeqc1cgqtuoblpeqc said…


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