For almost two centuries the train was much more than a means of transport traveling between books, music, pictures, films and utopias. It was the industrial revolution that put the train on the tracks.
The steam engine and the need to transport more and more cargo and people took the creation of the first train in 1825. In Portugal the train would arrive thirty years later with the connection between Lisbon and Carregado.
The train is also an important element of the culture of the industrial world, even appearing as a centerpiece in the futuristic manifesto published in 1909. The locomotive is the symbol of the path to the future.
In literature we can find the train on the pages of Georges Simenon, Aghata Christie or Eça de Queiroz, among others. In the music of Zeca Afonso, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington or Bob Dylan you can also hear the rhythms of the train.
The train is also a centerpiece in many films, so much so that one of the first films shown by the Lumière brothers showed the arrival of one of them at a station. They are proof that the train can travel far beyond its rails ...
Now i want the train enter in MailArt
01. Theme: Train / MailTrainArt
02. Category: This initiative is made up of an On-line exhibition (in this site https://brottasart.wixsite.com/brottasart/mailtrainart), (One day maybe in a physical space).
03. Organization: BroTTas (myself)
04. Address to send;
Paulo Teles a.k.a BroTTas
Rua Eng Mário Costa Nº22 2ºEsq
05. Terms of participation:
- open to all artists
- you can use any technique as long as it is sent by snail mail
- you can identify your work with name and title
06. If you fill this Form; Name / Address / City / Country / Webpage /E-mail i will add with to the webpage
07. On-line Submission / Display Period: No deadline
08. Start to display: starts as soon as you receive your first job
09. No fees, no jury, no returns.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
I received this beautiful and strange postcard last Friday.
I loved it.
I love the strange folds, love being able to peek inside without being able to understand well whether it is to open or to keep closed ..
and to finish with style I managed to see the Klaus website written on the envelope, which led me to visit a beautiful and strange website.
Congratulations on everything
The Strange Envelope
From: Klaus Pinter
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yesterday i recived this postcard with a collage with a train....
in the back is writte that come from Philippe Pissier, I researched it on google and found out that this artist was sued for a job he did and sent by mail, see some videos and have to say..
Here it is!
From: Philippe Pissier??
City: Le Vigan
see more in the MailTrainArt webpage https://brottasart.wixsite.com/brottasart/mailtrainart
Le ron - Le train
From: Atelier D' Art Postal - La Chevalerie - Nadia
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