De Villo Sloan
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res nullius aka. "res" commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Last Reflooration Cut-Ups + More! By Ficus strangulensis (Charleston, West Virginia, USA)
"Story of reptilian invasion & reflooration here: http://iuoma-network.ning.com/profiles/blogs/i-have-a-blog I swear, I was looking at monster groups and chanced across it in the surfing."
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Last Reflooration Cut-Ups + More! By Ficus strangulensis (Charleston, West Virginia, USA)
"Hi Jayne, I haven't heard from you since I advised Julie Van Bortel to send those sheafs (?) sheaves (?) sheeps of add & pass sheets to you and Joey Patrickt. I see you're a Fike Fan. I don't know the story behind the reflooring…"
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Jayne Barket Lyons commented on De Villo Sloan's blog post Last Reflooration Cut-Ups + More! By Ficus strangulensis (Charleston, West Virginia, USA)
"Reflooration...reptilian invasion! Must be an intriguing story there! I have a silly question, but I'd like to understand what transpired. When reflooring did he find book pages, and then he made vispo / cut-ups out of them?  "
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De Villo Sloan commented on MISS NOMA's group ThE/ CuT-UP/ TecHNiQUE/
"Cut-up I received from Ficus strangulensis (West Virgina, USA). Thanks Fike!"
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Last Reflooration Cut-Ups + More! By Ficus strangulensis (Charleston, West Virginia, USA)

 Mail art by IUOMA member Ficus strangulensis (Charleston, West Virginia, USA) September 21, 2019 - I always look forward to receiving mail from ol’ bud the great Ficus strangulensis aka Panjandrum of Blorchistan, Fluxus Maximus, etc., etc. In response to a copy of Xerolage 71 I mailed him, Fike sent me these FAB images of his vispo, Fluxus art-in-life and, a rare prize: one of his cut-ups from 2006.My views about…See More
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De Villo Sloan commented on MISS NOMA's group ThE/ CuT-UP/ TecHNiQUE/
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De Villo Sloan commented on De Villo Sloan's group Asemic Writing for Mail-Artists
"By now many in the network have heard of the sad passing of the great Steve Dalachinsky of NYC. He was one of the great contemporary mail artists, a jazz musician, poet, visual poet who impacted many of us. I feel very fortunate that I included two…"
Sep 17
De Villo Sloan commented on William M's blog post Incoming: Surreal Alchemy, Jean Jackson, Cracker Jack Kid
"Does "Subreal Alchemy" go by "Wheatboy Dave" on Facebook? I think so. Just mentioning this because it's a place to connect with him/ He's a really interesting artist/writer. I believe I posted a Subreal Alchemy…"
Sep 16
De Villo Sloan commented on Nancy Bell Scott's blog post Sharon Silverman's 50 MAILART BOOKS project -- WOW
"instant classic - incredible!"
Sep 14

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Mail-Artist since:
circa 1480
My Website (without http://):
http://www.flickr.com/photos/79404952@N03/
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
You can serve the one.
You can serve the many.
You can serve The Great Confusion.
You cannot serve one too many to The Great Confusion.
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De Villo Sloan
P.O. Box 1314
Auburn, New York 13021 USA

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Last Reflooration Cut-Ups + More! By Ficus strangulensis (Charleston, West Virginia, USA)

Posted on September 22, 2019 at 4:00am 3 Comments

 

Mail art by IUOMA member Ficus strangulensis (Charleston, West Virginia, USA)

 

September 21, 2019 - I always look forward to receiving mail from ol’ bud the great Ficus strangulensis aka Panjandrum of Blorchistan, Fluxus Maximus, etc., etc. In response to a copy of Xerolage…

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At 6:35am on August 23, 2019, Jeremy Ng said…

Hi, did Jane contact you via Facebook? 

At 1:58am on August 22, 2019, Jeremy Ng said…

Hi, De Villo, I was wondering if you have received my card? I mailed it out in early August. Thanks

At 7:43am on August 17, 2019, res nullius aka. "res" said…

Thank you for friending, and for the add and pass history you contributed in your comments to the Add&Pass group discussion "Just Send...Or Ask First?" I just read them with fascination!  <3

At 1:07am on August 4, 2019, Jeremy Ng said…

Card coming your way 

At 7:50am on August 1, 2019, Jeremy Ng said…

I love your comment on Travel Mail Art, In fact, I am going away this weekend to a town in the country for a historical commemoration event. This is the first time I am making such a trip. I may give Travel Mail Art a try. Would you like a card? 

At 7:43am on July 6, 2019, Jayne Barket Lyons said…

Hey DVS, I’ve been meaning to post this for some time,,,, Upon perusing Ourang Outang and some of your other work I noticed a theme. Quite often you create a diamond shaped image, which calls to mind a rebirth. To me it represents a literal birth canal or vagina. Would love to hear your thoughts on why diamond shapes are present in a great deal of your work.  Thanks! JBL

At 12:43pm on June 21, 2019, Mary Anne said…

Dear De Villo. No, not great just fortuitous.  I addressed an envelope to Rysuke but decided I needed something larger.  Not wanting to waste the time I stuck the envelope front to another I found here - containing an electricity bill once upon a time - and it needed covering up so . . . the quickest way was to shred a magazine page.  I am not convinced it will survive the postal system but no doubt we shall see.

Thanks anyway for the encouragement.  At least now I know what to send you! 

At 1:51am on June 6, 2019, Cherub Ayers said…

Putting art in the mail for you now!

At 3:15pm on May 23, 2019, Sabela Baña said…

Thanks

At 2:44am on April 9, 2019, Maria Consuelo Guacuto Blanco said…

Hi De Villo

I invite you to my project YOUR CITY  Nuevo%20Provecto%20ARTE%20CORREO.docx
I would like you to participate.
regards

Maria Guacuto

 
 
 

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