'Fluxus Buck' is an artistic project from Julie Jefferies aka. ex posto facto (U.S.A.) which she started in 1994. A 'Fluxus Buck' is an artists' banknote which she distributed into the Mail-Art network. Others created Fluxus Bucks as well
The IUOMA is free for all members because of the many sponsors that donate to the IUOMA or because of the IUOMA bookshop that brings in money to keep this platform alive & free.you can visit the bookshop at:http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/iuomaand when you order a few books, a small fee will be going to the IUOMA and you will get some lovely books on Mail-Art.See More
Here is the collection of visuals to promote the IUOMA. You can create your own materials as well for all members. (Orange sticker was produced in edition of 10,000 pieces). We are always looking for new concepts for the IUOMA logo made by members!See More
There are a lot of basic questions on Mail Art that are often asked and answered. This group might be the first place to look for answers. I will do my best to answer, but hope that other members can help out as well.
A group with information for newcomers to the IUOMA. Some hints and tips written by VHM and BJ to help you find your way at the IUOMA platform. For mentor of the Month we are always looking for volunteers.New members are encouraged to join this group.See More
Today I received sad news Poison Label Productions (alias Veneno Stampo on Facebook) died quite suddenly.His wife posted on Facebook:It is with deep sadness that I tell you my husband the light and love of my life passed away suddenly due to an accident on Thursday. His spirit has walked on but i carry him forever in my heart. He was truly my soul mate. He loved life and he loved so many people. I am gathering with the family. We will be planning services and a celebration, since that's what he…See More
This is group for all general Mail-Art Projects. Includes a link to a blog where 99 authors publish their projects. Want to see all projects: follow the link for Website.Please only comments about mail-art projects or announcements. Other comments will be removed.See More
I like communication, art, paper, painting and concepts. The ideal combination for doing Mail-Art. Worked with rubberstamps as a child and started sending out letters as soon as I could write. Discovered that it was called mail-art in 1980. Have been discovering ever since and in the last years also promoting this free cultural exchange.
Hi Ruud, sorry to come again with my problems to you but I worry that you may be paying for a certificate that does not work anymore.
Since last week nearly all the illustrations are gone again and I tried to open IUOMA in my phone it told me the site was 'unsecure'
In My Photos Album 'Heeeeelp!are the screens I got on the phone.
This is the only way I managed to contact you. The symbol to attach graphics to messages has gone too so I could not attach the photos here. It worked two days ago even if the photos did not.Is it only for me?
Hi Ruud, I tried to use other devices. Same problem on phone but on another laptop it can't connect to the site. Says IUOMA ning is taking too long to respond. All other websites are working fine so I don't think it's my internet either.
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The money will be used to keep the IUOMA-platform alive. Current donations keep platform online till 1-jan-2022. If you want to donate to get IUOMA-publications into archives and museums please mention this with your donation. It will then be used to send some hardcopy books into museums and archives. You can order books yourself too at the IUOMA-Bookshop. That will sponsor the IUOMA as well.