Many of us keep blogs and have twitter accounts, and I know that many of us post up our best work there. Personally I love seeing people's work on their blogs, and I follow the latest work of many mailartists on Twitter too, where the banter is really good.

If you have a blog and/or a Twitter that deals with mailart list it here!

My blog is

and my Twitter account is @andytgeezer

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I have also been looking around for mail art on other social media, including facebook, twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Flickr is maybe the largest archive for mail art. A search for 'mail art' comes up with over 170.000 hits and there are quite a few groups dedicated to mail art. I have found a number of IOUMA members who are archiving their mail art on Flickr. I have also posting my mailart on a Flickr account. 

Look me up at - Instagram name is postmodernparcel ; I also have new twitter account - pmparcel.


Twitter: @prchicago

Instagram: @tonian

Hello, my blog contains more then mail art work. Under this label you can find my letters and postacrds i made:

Not too much to see yet, but i am working on it :)

Am on twitter @iuoma , but somehow it doesn't brng me that much new ideas since I work on that many platforms already.

p.s. This ning platform is interconnected with Twitter. When you have an account you can send your postings straight to Twitter as a tweet.

In case anyone wants to participate in the letter-writing campaign to support the Catalan political prisoners, their addresses can be found at, and the twitter for posting pictures of your envelopes is #DearCatalonia.

This is where I post most of my Mail Art works and other art:



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