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At 3:52pm on December 2, 2017, LATRILLE MARTINE said…

bonjour, je souhaite faire des échanges ART POSTAL avec vous .J'aime tout l'ART Postal.Ne sachant pas dessiner je

fais des collages avec du papier, du tissu, de la dentelle, et des boutons.

mARTine

At 4:40am on July 16, 2016, Cris Algoso said…

Hi Jen,

Would love to send you some art but can't seem to find your snail-mail address. Would you mind messaging me your address? :)

Thank you!

At 10:12pm on March 19, 2014, Patricio - The Celestial Scribe said…

I received today a banana day artwork from USA.  There is no sender address or even a  mail stamp to identify the city where it was posted.  If you send the group list of names to me I may try to go after who the sent it by sending an e-mail to all US participants.   Yes.  What do you think? 

At 10:38pm on February 25, 2014, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…

Jen, your Banana Art arrived today. I posted it at Bananas group,

and also here:

Going Bananas for Feb. 21 from Jen and from Heleen

Thank you so much...really nice  "PRIDE"! xxx

At 3:27pm on February 8, 2014, Adrienne Mason said…

Sure, I'd love to be involved. I'm not a member of this group though, so will try to get that sorted out if necessary.

At 3:17am on February 6, 2014, Cris Algoso said…

Hi Jen! Thank you for the friend request. Can't wait to start exchanging mail art :)! What is Banana Bread Day Mail Art? Sounds interesting :D

Cris.

At 11:34pm on February 5, 2014, Bruno Cassaglia said…

At 10:13pm on February 5, 2014, Mathom-House said…

Hi! Are banofee pies celebrated in the World Banana Day?

At 10:50am on May 27, 2013, Suus in Mokum said…
At 2:42pm on May 16, 2013, Louise Kiner said…
No problem, Jen. I've been on a bit of a hiatus myself, so I totally understand what you mean by "super busy". I look forward to your mail. Thanks. :^)
At 9:29pm on April 10, 2013, Rebecca Guyver said…

Looking forward to banana mail art from you.  Thanks!

At 10:02am on February 1, 2013, Dean aka Artist in Seine said…

Dear Jen,

      We are having a Banana Mail call for the following events.  

February 21 World Banana Day .

February 23 International Banana Bread Day in Candace Canada    

     Let me know if you want to be put on the list.     You can send to as many people on the list as you want.

     The goal is to try to have your piece arrive on the day of 21 or 23 February.

Go Bananas

Dean

At 2:13pm on February 23, 2012, Susanna Lakner said…

Thank you Jen, the funny collage arrived to Planet Susannia!

At 9:20pm on February 5, 2012, Austin Wills James said…

I'm glad you like both the art & the music, I'll send some more art your way soon. :)

-Austin-

At 2:17pm on January 19, 2012, De Villo Sloan said…

Hi Stimpdawg. Thanks for your friendship. I'm flattered someone thinks I'm a "go to" for info on trash books.

The form was invented by Diane Keys (DK). She has an IUOMA group called "All Things Trashpo" that has interesting material.

My take would be: A trashbook is an open form book composed of found material - on one level simply a document of collaged, found material. You can get by with that.

However, Trashpo (trash poetry) is technically a form of visual poetry, so the material you use, ideally, would have words, text, etc. as well as visual images. Here's a great blog by Marie Wintzer that shows an "aesthetic" Trashbook. Some Trashbooks are "artistic" and others anti-art. You can check out the TrashPo Litzer Prize Landfill of Fame in All Things Trashpo to find out who invented them.

It's really very simple. 

http://iuoma-network.ning.com/profiles/blogs/trash-book-without-any-trash-from-nancy-bell-scott

At 10:51am on January 19, 2012, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Hi New Friend Jen! Yes, I'd be only too pleased to exchange some Mail Art with you. I'm going to the Uk tomorrow for a few days, so why don't you start, and I'll reply when I get back atthe end of the month.

Thanks for telling me your interests. Mine are, in no particular order, music (vinyl only, rock'n'roll almost excludively), cats (we have 2), collecting junk at flea markets, non-digital photography, swimming when it's cold and mountain biking when it's warm, reading (European detective series), going to the pub at 6 every evening for a glass of wine and to read the local papers, drinking with friends & in moderation (but not eating), and, of course art -- for my story as an artist see www.val-herman-art.eu

What's a 'Stimpdawg'??

Regards, Val

 

At 4:47pm on January 18, 2012, Audrey Wagner said…

Hi Jen!

I would LOVE to exchange mail art with you!! My address is

Audrey Wagner

3706 Wellington Dr.

Pearland, TX 77584

Once I receive yours I will send mine! Hope you have a wonderful day!

At 6:37pm on January 17, 2012, Svenja Wahl said…

Hi Jen, sure! See you in the mail! (You have to ask DeVillo Sloan or Diane Keys what a trashbook is, I wouldn't dare defining it!!) ;-)

At 1:38pm on January 13, 2012, Susanna Lakner said…

Hi, welcome! See you in the real mailbox!

At 2:49am on December 15, 2011, Poison Label Productions said…

Does this mean that mini-camel & lil dave are gonna be exchanging mail art?

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